The Eternal 27:28 Triple Octave Displacement under The 72:81:88 Differential Apparition

2016 | Sine Waves | Installation

Presented in a setting of Quadrilateral Starfield Symmetry A:L Base 11:273


World Premiere: Avant Music Festival - Wild Project, New York, NY - March 4th, 2016

Part of the Constellations:

72:81:88 | 2016 - 2017

27:28 | 2011 - 2017


Presentation History
The Davis Museum | Wellesley, Massachusetts : March 10 - 12, 2016
Seventh Avant Music Festival | New York City : February 20 - March 5, 2016

See Also:
The First Analog Pillar with its Simplest Primes and The Harbinger of The Second Pillar with The Low Madora Cornerstone and The Outlying Primal Cirrus from Apparitions of The Four Pillars | Prime Harmonic Sine Waves, Just Intonation Toy Organ, Cassette Boomboxes, to be recorded on Cassette Tapes | 2010
Apparitions of The Four Pillars with Their Lowest Primes, The Premonition of The Second Rung, and The Third Rung Connector | Just Intonation Toy Organs, Variable Pitched Instruments, Prime Harmonic Sine Waves and Harmonically Related Delay Lines | 2009
The Third Pillar with its Lowest Primes, The Analog TwentyFour Truckera, and The Ersatz Souvenir of The Second Pillar with The Madora Cornerstone and The Outlying Primal Abyss from Apparitions of The Four Pillars | Prime Harmonic Sine Waves, Just Intonation Toy Organ, Voice, Cassette Boomboxes | 2010
Nada Symmetry for The Midwinter Starfield | Voice, Saxophone, Sine Waves, and Pre-Recorded Tracks | 2015
The Third Pillar in Primal Imperfect Palindrome with The Souvenir of The Second Pillar, The Floating Cirrus over the Pumping Slush, and The Highest Moving Chordal Motif from Apparitions of The Four Pillars | Live Performance, Trombone, Sine Waves, Harmonic Delay Structures, Time | 2011-12, revised 2018
Nine Minutes for The Four Pillars in duet with The Paris Drones recalling The Midwinter Starfield Theme | Violin and Single-Channel Electronics | 2012
The First Pillar Appearing in Palindrome with The Harbinger of The Second Pillar under the 27/28 Triple Primal Region | Voice and Sine Waves with Digital Delay | 2011