Yes, that’s right, an artist sliced up trees and figured out a way to process the sounds that tree rings would make if played like an LP through a computer, transposing them into notes on a piano. Very clever, and beautiful.
James Rovira is Chair and Associate Professor of English at Mississippi College. His monograph, Blake and Kierkegaard: Creation and Anxiety, is available in both paperback and hardcover from Bloomsbury/Continuum. His current book projects include the edited anthologies Interpretation: Theory: History and Rock and Romanticism, both on Wordpress sites.
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