Proximity of ghosted towns and birds; imagined dissipation of entities lurking in and out of real life; the canceling signals— crossed and masked; anticipation of vaporized languages, words stuck inside mouths.
There’s a joy in static memory, trundling through the inky tunnel and out into the light.
Invisibility is not loneliness, solitude, secrecy, silence. It seems, rather, it can be a kind of autonomy, a voicing, your identity solidified.
Listen to 12 short works featured in Earlid’s annual open-call Liminal Sounds.
Brian Price + Eleanor Price
Garrett Tiedemann + Lily Sloane
Ricardo Paraíso Silvestre