|Lee, Una / Dah Eum|
|Add Date:||2013-12-05||Pull Date:||2014-02-14||Charts:||Classical/Experimental|
|Week Ending:||19 Jan||15 Dec|
|1.||Jan 15, 2014:||Femme Fatale |
|3.||Dec 12, 2013:||The Sunset Life |
|2.||Dec 14, 2013:||Music Casserole |
Translated as “reach touch,” Dah Eum is Korean sound artist Una Lee’s experimentation with the ideas of friction and contact. Using wood, stone, and water, Lee’s made an ultra-minimal but tense set of pieces. Due to the manipulation of her material, the few items she uses seem alive, as though turned animal by their use. Play all/any. No words, no FCCs.|
1. (5:32)—Paper being crumpled, faint field recordings, slurping sounds.
2. (4:54)—Small wooden items in a box being shaken. Breathing/scraping sounds?
3. (3:17)—Wood being sawn. The saw sounds like it’s breathing heavily.
4. (4:01)—Stones shifting, water clicking and bubbling. Sounds cut in and out.
5. (4:29)—High-pitched, bloopy sounds of water drops popping. Bird sounds. Slow, squeaking scraping.