To coincide with the live performance that premiered the work on September 15th 2011 at St Mary’s Church, Windemere UK a limited edition of 150 CD copies are now available. All proceeds go towards Another Space Reg Charity 1122304.
‘Thought-provoking, beautifully subtle and deeply moving, this series of five compositions delicately weaves together the
history of the past with the sounds of the present. Simply stunning.’ Cheryl Tipp, Wildlife Sounds Curator, British Library.
Mark Peter Wright is an artist whose work seeks to illuminate understandings of listening and place. His publications, performances, installations and broadcasts often encounter themes relating to nature, industry and site-specific histories of migration and abandonment. Such pre occupations have inspired an acclaimed body of work that brings to debate both political and cultural aesthetics of subjectivity and place. He has produced works across a variety of international venues, festivals, labels and media including large-scale commissions and funding awards. In 2009 he received the British Composer of the Year Award [Sonic Arts] for his work A Quiet Reverie . In 2010 he was nominated for a Prix Ars Electronica award in Digital Musics & Sound Art. He is also the founder of Ear Room, an online resource co-published by Sound & Music. Wright [b. 1979, UK] lives and works in London and is represented by IMT Gallery.