Tag: water

Aisling Davis

Water West Yorkshire
Train Approaching
Water West
The Saga
Glockenspiel
Flowing
Evening
Drop
Creature Coming In For A Look
Big Waves
Alien Fight On A Radio

Extract from Uisce (below) featured in Recording Life In Sound (SARU 2019).

Aisling Davis is a multi-instrumentalist, artist, sculptor, and writer from West Yorkshire. Her work navigates history, topography, and anthrozoology. With bands ‘Inland Taipan’ and ‘The Capoeira Band’, she has recorded at Abbey Road, composed for film, and written for orchestra. As of May 2019 she became managing director of Braille Pottery Ltd, a company dedicated to the production of ceramics for the visually impaired. Past exhibitions include: Ice-Cream for Crow, Captain Beefheart exhibition, 2017. Soundtrack: The Acting Class, winner of Best UK Feature at the Labour Film Festival, 2017. Psychedelic Adventures of Clean machine, Fabric District International, 2018. The Resurrection of Geoffrey Firming: Bluecoat Gallery Liverpool, 2018. TURF: Scale Gallery, 2019.

Quiet places in lands where sheep graze

The water lapping at the edges of the island of Kihnu, Estonia.

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The wind in the chimney of the Aga in David and Diane’s kitchen, Cumbria, UK.

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17th December

From the 1st – 24th December, we will reveal 24 seconds of sound from a warmer place here on the sound-diaries blog, taken from either Paul Whitty or Felicity Ford’s collections of holiday recordings.

Today’s sound was recorded by Paul Whitty in Venice, Italy, and features ropes straining on the Vaporetto on the Grand Canal.

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15th December

From the 1st – 24th December, we will reveal 24 seconds of sound from a warmer place here on the sound-diaries blog, taken from either Paul Whitty or Felicity Ford’s collections of holiday recordings.

Today’s sound is of the water wheel which once operated the Wool Mill in Llandysul,
Carmarthenshire, Wales. Recorded by Felicity Ford.

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