A single 21 minutes long track which "documents the inter-relationship between sound, vector graphics and colors. A quantum system and microscopic field that consist of many independent micro-components having distinctive properties and short life span." [via]
We're not new here to Perletta's research-into-sound-experimentant, micro-sounds, actually, a form of electronic/laptop drone Music which tempers graphic software with the oscillations and manipulation of related generated audio frequencies.
This speculation curves down into a long suspended form of ecstatic state, watched (heard) with a microscope.
In several passages the volume of these sound entities goes such so down that you would wonder if the track is still on. It goes anonymously deep into a cold, cerebral insight. An oblique density audio for art installations.
not yet, probably nobody cares, or nobody cared enough to tell something. Also: nobody reads komakino.
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Previously, on komakino fanzine, about 'Fabio Perletta':