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A pattern which connects

by Yannick Dauby

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Originally published as a cassette, edition of 50 copies, in February 2015 by AnarchoFreaksProduction (France). Now sold out, but check the other releases and support the label !

" A number of objects like this, many of them fragmentary, have arrived, perhaps by meteor. You are to inspect them and arrive at the conclusion that they are the remains of living things. How would you arrive at that conclusion? What pattern connects the crab to the lobster and the orchid to the primrose and all the four of them to me? And me to you? And all the six of us to the amoeba in one direction and to the back-ward schizophrenic in another? "

- Gregory Bateson

Important update ! Finally the strange floating thing on on the cover has been identified : it is a part of the body of nudibranch Melibe japonica (photo taken in Penghu, Taiwan).


released March 30, 2016

Modular synthesizer - Stream in a mountain - Improvisation with John Grzinich and Wan-Shuen Tsai on a metal structure in Estonia - Drops falling in a cave - Blippoo box - Rain drops falling on abandonned furniture - Echolocation and communication calls Risso's dolphin (Grampus griseus) recorded in Pacific Ocean - Various analog devices and digital emulations.

Hydrophone recordings of various species of fishes and crustaceans in Penghu, Taiwan (18.06.2010) - Improvisation on modular synthesizer (14.11.2013)


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Yannick Dauby / Kalerne Editions Taiwan

Sound artist and field recordist based in Taiwan. Sound designer/mixer for film. Audio documentary maker and electroacoustic music composer.
Works inspired by ethnography, amphibian conservation, stories from the forests & mountains and marine biology. Collaborates with communities and individuals in Hakka villages and Indigenous territories.
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