The data, collected one frame a minute, 24 hours a day for 14 months produced over 600,000 images that were edited into the final version. Pre-sunrise greys before first light instigate discussions between birds or bugs announcing the particular, impending day. Cyclic modulation of light and wind, momentary shifting temperature, moisture, and other variables dictate the chatter. I capture this flux.
While working on Tesuque: Day & Night, I discovered that each population has a unique tone and rhythm: I could identify what belonged to Tesuque and to this garden specifically. I taped and used that in reduction to waveform for this piece.
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