Watching the estuary through its tidal cycle informed the way I wrote Tidal Iterations. I imagined one musician playing as the water flow was at its smallest and the same motif being played by another musician as the flow increased and the water level rose.
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Last summer I was touring a theatre show and spending a long time being driven along motorways. I started to take long exposure photographs from the car window of the side of the motorway and the scrub beyond. I soon became fascinated by the idea that these images contained too much information. Even though the amount of pixels may stay the same, if the car is travelling at 70 mph and the shutter speed is open between 2,5 and 5 seconds, each image can contain around 130 yards of information.
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