David Brynjar Franzson

May 4–8, 2015
Concert Hall

Icelandic composer Davíð Brynjar Franzson was in residence to develop technical concepts for his work The Cartography of Time, for bass clarinet, cello, trombone, piano, and live electronics. A generative installation for four performers or standalone electronics, the piece is constructed from a handful of sound fragments and composed responses to them. Each sound reflects how each performer involved in the project approaches their instruments as well as how they interact with their immediate sound environment. The result is an environment constructed from these sound fragments, distributed through the performance space.