Visual artists Maria Lucchese is also a multi-instrumentalist and voice performer based in Berlin, working with Gio Kaptra, a filmmaker, visual artist and scientist based in Urbino, take their listeners on a 7 part cosmic exploration using tibetan bells, theremin, voice, modular synth, breath and sound processing, the title translating to "through hardships to the stars".
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Label: Creative Sources
Catalog ID: cs483
Squidco Product Code: 25382
Packaging: Cardboard Gatefold
Recorded at Kaptra Atelier, in Italy, on July 21st-25th, 2017, by Gio Kaptra.
Maria Lucchese-voice, theremin, sound processing, breath
Gio Kaptra-modular synthesizer, sound processing, breath
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1. Heraclitus It Is In Changing That Things Find Repose 7:10
2. Giordano Bruno Innumerable Suns Exist, Innumerable Earths 5:16
3. Arthus Schopenhauer This Alchemists In Their Search For Gold Discovered Many Other Things Of Greater Value 7:50
4. Theophrastus Bombastus Paracelsus The Dosage Makes It Either Poison Or Remedy 5:22
5. Ludwig Wittgenstein The World Is All That Is Case 4:49
6. Johann Wolfgang Goethe Tribute To Faust 3:42 7. Friedrich Nietzsche Metaphysics 12:00
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"Seven planets. Seven philosophers. Seven metaphysics. And two alchemists. They all play around with the idea where the centre is, without an absolute centre, it is defined by itself. Where is the cosmos and where is the mind? A metaphysical, psychedelic planetary trip: disturbing, irrational, delirious, foreign... accompanied by a translucent awareness and serene poetry."-from the liner notes
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