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Faults, Coasts, Lines

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shimmerglisten
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shimmerglisten This is so restrained and tasteful - I love it. It really reminds me of being in nature. Favorite track: Faults.
turquoisesun
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turquoisesun Beautiful as always. What we all need more of: slow music, deep listening.
nmcr01
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nmcr01 Is it broken?
Do the waves wash its edges clean?
Can it hold the enormity
And insignificance,
Within its fractures,
On its waters,
Below its sky,
Among the sand and rocks,
Of our hopes and dreams?

But is it broken?
We see the faults,
Sometimes the lines.
And the enfolding of waves
And plates.
We guess at the weight
Of its cares.
The rolling forward of time
And tide,
Our hearts captured
And carried along
For the ride.
These places hold us.
And we can no more be free
Than the rocks can bleed. Favorite track: Faults.
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  • Faults, Coasts, Lines Photo Booklet

    A collection of photos from Tofino and Ucluelet, BC from the spring of 2019 arranged into a 6" X 9" photo booklet printed on 100% recycled, uncoated paper and saddle-stitched (staples). Initial run of 100 signed and enumerated. Accompaniment to the 3-track album of the same name.

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Faults 12:02
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Coasts 10:29
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Lines 08:40

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Faults, Coasts, Lines is a combined photo booklet and music project started in the spring of 2019 in Tofino and Ucluelet, BC. Photos and field recordings were collected and assembled into this slow motion pacific meditation inspired by the visible lines found along the west coast and the invisible fault lines deep beneath the surface.

I would like to gratefully acknowledge the photographs and field recordings were taken on the ancestral territory of the Tla-o-qui-aht and Yuu-cluth-aht First Nations.

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released May 1, 2020

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