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A project based on a travel to the Nourages scientific research station in French Guiana, situated in the heart of a tropical rainforest. The result—thrilling!—is a collection of compositions and phonography characteristic of the zone.
“Script Geometry is a project that approaches natural audio environments as complex, connected ensembles, curiously close to electronic music to the human ear. Script Geometry presents a sensitive and engaging experience of unexpected acoustic phenomena, confirming the subjectivity of the practice of the microphone as a vehicle of a form of experimental music.” (T. Tilly)
Thomas Tilly is a french musician whose prinple instrument is a microphone. For twelve years he has been composing, inventing sound art installations and teaching. His work has been presented in more than 15 countries. Tilly finds inspiration in different environmental analysis protocols and how they have impact on the notion of listening. This work presents field recordings as a sum of data that guide the creative process and implicate the microphone as a compositional tool, complete on its own. He has worked with Eric Cordier, Jean-Luc Guionnet, Seijiro Murayama, Pascal Battus and in the improvisional quartet Echelle de Mohs with Claire Bergerault, Fabrice Favriou and Thomas Chatard.