The latest project from Kouligas, who founded the PAN label, is a collaboration with Berlin-based duo Amnesia Scanner that connects a random collection of internet images with low-to-the-ground electronic soundscapes full of bleeps, ticks, squirts, gurgles. "The release emerged from a live collaboration we did at ICA in London late last year," Kouligas explained to FADER in an email. "It's an online project featuring algorithms developed by Harm van den Dorpel and that's its final form." Each time you refresh the page, the music is paired with a different visual.
The work was accompanied by a cryptic description. Read that in full below, and watch/listen here.
"Tiles say decay spoil, walls now meant house. My interest thoughts screened and outweighed, removing Amnesia Scanner and Bill Kouligas. Evening society besides my musical inhabit. Elinor talked now for excuse or result. Increasingly sufficient, everything in admiration and unpleasing sex. Around him, uneasy, his use no longer man, a pulled nature. He over the hill, will lose.
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