CONSTELLATION |
Twilight

1999 - Present | Various works activating the moments of twilight.

Works highlighting the moments of twilight, a universal point of change.

Randy Gibson's <em>Available Light Symmetry 17 VIII 21</em>
Randy Gibson's Available Light Symmetry 17 VIII 21 | Photo by Randy Gibson

For many years the concept of twilight has been a fascination, from early hints and the idea in the titles of work to more recent direct activations of the time of twilight itself.

The works here present an evolving understanding of the changes in the time of day and the ways in which they alter our shared perception of the passage of time.

Works in the constellation Twilight


Harmonic Twilight Accretion

2018 | Earth Gong, Harmonic Resonators, Natural Light | 56 Minutes
World Premiere: 24 Hour Drone - Basilica Hudson, New York - April 29th, 2018
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Available Light Symmetry Prints

2017 - Present | Archival Gicleé Prints on Hot Press Paper with Hand-Inked Time Marking. Signed and Numbered
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Available Light Symmetry 17 VIII 21

2017 | photo installation | 57 Color Photographs (identically exposed), Magnets, Ink
World Premiere: Rational Time | Wild Project Gallery, New York City - September 5th, 2017
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Twilight Symmetry Intervention

2017 | Bass-Frequency Sine Waves | ca. 60 Minutes
World Premiere: Rational Time | Wild Project Gallery, New York City - September 5th, 2017
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Intoning The Starfield Symmetry

2015 | Sine Waves, Voice, and Harmonic Delays | 60 Minutes
World Premiere: 24 Hour Drone - Basilica Hudson, New York - April 25th, 2015
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Twilight Tear

2002 | Vibraphone Solo and CD | 8 Minutes
World Premiere: Erick Hawkins Legacy Forum, New York City - October 11th, 2002
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Twilight Tear

2001 | Cello Solo and Two CDs | 8 Minutes
World Premiere: Irey Theatre, Boulder, CO - September 21st, 2001
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Hidden Scenes at Twilight

1999 | Solo Bowed Marimba with 1-10 Metronomes | ca. 8 Minutes
World Premiere: Boulder, CO - Spring, 1999
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