Recently, my attention has been focused on my two upcoming recitals next month, so I have not been very good about posting updates here!
That said, I seem to have come to the eye of the storm, and I’m also getting some media from various recent performances, and I’m hoping to post them here over the coming weeks.
Here’s a short piece for video and stereo audio, formatted for portable devices:
This piece is the first in a series of short video pieces I’m writing constructed from images and video that I took during my time in Japan. My goal in these pieces, rather than trying to create something that is “Japanese,” is to create a kind of artistic scrapbook that explores my experiences on my travels.
Fushimi Inari Jinja (or Fushimi Inari-Taisha) is a mountain temple/shrine located in Kyoto, famous for its tunnel-like series of orange gates.