• Free shipping nationwide for purchases of 11,000 yen or more
Floris Vanhoof // The Fluid Computer LP

Floris Vanhoof // The Fluid Computer LP

¥3,380
  • Availability:

This is a record released by Floris Vanhoof, a mad scientist / self-made instrument player in Antwerp, Belgium, from KRAAK in the country in 2019.

It is a magnificent collage scape work by self-made circuit bending. Comes with a 24-page photobook and DL code.

Labels and other works here /// Click here to see more KRAAK releases available at Tobira. 

-------------------------------

Second edition of 220.
Originally released on KRAAK / Overtoon.

Artist statement:

"This music and these pictures are made out of curiosity about how multiple images overlap on film and how waves that arise in tiny electronic circuits translate to the outside world.
Whoosing echoes out of homemade musical circuits and acoustic recordings processed through configuration of tape recorders mix the same way as the colors in the layered images.
After projecting analog images my performances, this is the first release that truly combines my music and visual worlds.

2 side long pieces and a selection of 24 slides printed on a lush 30 by 30 cm format give an alternative for popular myths “our memory is a tape recorder” and “the exact photographic memory”. When we take time to listen inside own heads , what appears might be closer to the double exposed images and swirling tape manipulations then we imagine. "

Artist: Floris Vanhoof

Label: Self-released

+ -

This is a record released by Floris Vanhoof, a mad scientist / self-made instrument player in Antwerp, Belgium, from KRAAK in the country in 2019.

It is a magnificent collage scape work by self-made circuit bending. Comes with a 24-page photobook and DL code.

Labels and other works here /// Click here to see more KRAAK releases available at Tobira. 

-------------------------------

Second edition of 220.
Originally released on KRAAK / Overtoon.

Artist statement:

"This music and these pictures are made out of curiosity about how multiple images overlap on film and how waves that arise in tiny electronic circuits translate to the outside world.
Whoosing echoes out of homemade musical circuits and acoustic recordings processed through configuration of tape recorders mix the same way as the colors in the layered images.
After projecting analog images my performances, this is the first release that truly combines my music and visual worlds.

2 side long pieces and a selection of 24 slides printed on a lush 30 by 30 cm format give an alternative for popular myths “our memory is a tape recorder” and “the exact photographic memory”. When we take time to listen inside own heads , what appears might be closer to the double exposed images and swirling tape manipulations then we imagine. "

Artist: Floris Vanhoof

Label: Self-released