MÜZİK // MUSIC

Swarming (2020): This piece is a result of investigations of various dialogs between binarisms. It presents various undulations exploring spectrums between presence/absence, human/machine, acoustic/electronic, instrumental/recorded everyday sound as well as fragmentation/completion.

 

Mixed Music: Voice, percussion, cello and tape. Performers: Voice: Gökçe Göknel, Percussion: Amy Salsgiver, Cello: Gökhan Bağcı

Assembly (2017): Individual “sound organisms” inhabit a space with  short gestural utterances and silences, always alert to oneself and the other. They slowly accumulate and unite by growing boisterously into Noise music. In the piece, the individual characteristics of the two opposite worlds and their relationships are investigated.

 

Temporary Residing (2017): This is a partly composed, partly improvised piece. The form goes through various “moments”, exploring multiple spaces, gestures and listening situations. The performer goes through various residences staying temporarily at each one. It is messy, it is plural, it is always situated.

Crackle Away (2016): This piece is composed by three micro samples, a crackle sound, a sine tone sample, and a cardboard box hit. The whole piece is constructed by processing these three samples in different ways. It was inspired by a very loud cicada outside my window, as I found my mind traveling into imagining each crackle sound that the tummy of the cicada, its everyday life and its possible sentients.

 

Free Improvisation (2018): This is a Live concert recording from the A.I.D. Event @ St. Benoit/Istanbul
Deniz Güngören: Voice
Fulya Uçanok: Electronics & Piano

 

 

Balloons For Thought (2017): This piece is a result of experimental free-play of various narrative possibilities resulted by my relation with the balloons. I explore these narratives through some gestural and textural thinking, as well as some program and abstract elements.

Towards (2018): This piece is an inquiry into relations of various sound types and gestural motions, exploring leakages, and ruptures; always in a move “towards”.

 

 

 

Çiruk (2016): A little voyage into the IDM genre.