Monday, 20 February 2012

Audio-Visual: Peter Crawley

Not one to rest on his laurels for long, stitch God Peter Crawley has created this fabulous new self-initiated project entitled 'Audio-Visual.' The inspiration for his latest project was born through his fascination of the different song-waves created by particular songs. There are always specific parts of songs, a big crescendo or a drum crash or fade, for example, that are ingrained in so many people he thought it would be interesting to record these moments. Songs like 'Satisfaction' by the Rolling Stones were not necessarily that striking visually due to a generally even and full sound-wave, whereas many of Dylan's acoustic songs have huge peaks and troughs.
After a careful song selection Pete set about capturing the visual information from a series of well-known sixties songs with intriguing results.

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