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Conceived by David Tudor and realised by Composers Inside Electronics, Inc., the interactive work entitled Rainforest V (variation 3) will be presented at Karbon as the fourth exhibition of Sound Art Projects under the curation of Melih Fereli. Commissioned in 1968 by the choreographer Merce Cunningham to the composer David Tudor as a dance work, Rainforest was developed by composers John Driscoll and Phil Edelstein of CIE (Composers Inside Electronics, Inc) into a self-performing sound installation where compound structural objects of everyday use, such as a float, plastic barrel, copper bucket, plant pot, badminton racquet, are suspended from the ceiling and resonate with signals sent from pre-recorded sound files, thus creating a sound environment evoking the natural sounds of the rainforest. Engaging in a close dialogue with each another, the exhibitions For Eyes That Listen and Rainforest V (variation 3) also serve as a single exhibition through their relations to the concepts of sound and silence.
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