Instant sound art was an exploration of creation in a very short time frame. Every morning for a bit more than a month, I gave myself 30 minutes to create a short piece in the environment I was in at the time.
It was also a way to practice failure. In these strict conditions, the quality would be highly variable. However, whatever existed at the end of the allotted time was published in the playlist.
The pieces ended up being very varied. Some contained the recordings of objects around me, others used samples extracted from YouTube, and because of the short time allotted, they contained few effects and no synths.
- Footsteps on wood
- Fridge drone
- Chair, stool and floor
- Table beat
- Plate and creaking hinge
- The pressure
- 6 words
- Dark spot
And a video rendition of 6 words by my friend G.