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Rod Cooper - Accepting The Machines
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"The landscape is not a new theme in the arts and music is no exception. No matter what themes an artist uses to draw attention to their work and ideas to the audience, the dominant message is still about the artist. Wether or not the artist succeeds in communicating external ideas via their transmissions to the audience, is open to much interpretation. For me Accepting The Machines was about combining many musical thoughts that would other wise have stayed as singular ideas or sonic experiments locked into a particular aesthetic or style.
There are many landscapes in these recordings some rural, some urban. Sites include my home in Melbourne, Australia, where I recorded in an empty factory shell, my back yard, workshop and studios. My beach house on the coast of southern Victoria provides me with access to an estuary system, rivers, forests and farmland.
Because I work across many art forms such as sculpture, painting, music and instrument building, its easy to categorise each separate practice, a system which I use to help me adapt from one body of work to the next...."
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