Let’s start with Leah Kardos’ “Little Phase”, from Bigo & Twigetti’s Summer compilation of last year. Press play ~ and then we’ll play a game.
The game is called the exquisite corpse. Most of us played it with paper in primary school, as seen to the right. I remember playing it during recess and later in detention. But there’s a twist to this version: it’s played with music. Using “Little Phase” as a starting point, the music was passed artist to artist through the rosters of Bigo & Twigetti and Moderna Records until it became something entirely different. The process began last October and concluded this April. Because the original files were available, the game was also influenced by another ~ telephone. The last piece, Tim Linghas’ “At the End All Is Black”, bears echoes of the original, yet demonstrates how far the game has progressed.
So what happens…
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