Systems out of Chance - Installed
Systems out of Chance - Q&A
EDITION: Non Limited
Track List CD:
1) Systems out of Chance V1
2) Systems out of Chance V2
3) Systems out of Chance V3
4) Systems out of Chance Combined
5) Systems out of Chance V1 Prolonged
6) Systems out of Chance V3 Reduced
7) Systems out of Chance V1 Affected
Track List DVD:
Systems out of Chance V1
Systems out of Chance V2
Systems out of Chance V3
Other Systems Links:
CDR & DL
CDR/DataDVD Ltd x 100/DL
CDR Ltd x 100
Craig Burston & Joe Evans
Systems out of Chance
"The Systems out of Chance project was the result of a series of dialogues: a dialogue between image maker Craig Burston and composer Joe Evans working in collaboration; a dialogue between the subjective and the objective; a dialogue between chance and structure; a three-way dialogue between text, image and sound."
Sam Gathercole, art writer, March 2010
A collaboration between composer Joe Evans and image maker Craig Burston resulted in Systems out of Chance being shown at the Parfitt Gallery, Croydon, March 2010. Six speakers and three portrait monitors were synched to create an immersive audio-visual triptych born out of a shared love of systems, chaos and the everyday. The Fibonacci sequence was adopted as a formula to take the initial photographs shown in temporal sequence and transpose them into other sensory forms.
The soundtrack throws light on Joe’s lightness of touch and knack of making the mathematical sound human and the chaotic sound warm. Naked piano is within touching distance of low key drones and machine noise.
The companion DVD is the latest result in Craig’s on-going quest to find the beauty within the banal and dark within light. Lost and discarded gloves are transposed into colour charts and dry descriptions akin to witness statements or blog tags.
Notes: DVD comes with exclusive surround sound remix version. This is the second official release on runningonair.
"..... I found the music a great pleasure to listen to (and the DVD a pleasure to watch). Systems Out of Chance works well even if you have not visited the Parfitt gallery exposition (and I guess that includes most of us). And that goes for the audio CD as well as for the DVD part of this album! "
"mixture of classical piano"...."in a fine combination with rusty, hissy electronics and dark menacing drones."... "the music is great"