Barbieri, Caterina: Ecstatic Computation

Barbieri, Caterina SKU: 43506613
Barbieri, Caterina: Ecstatic Computation

Barbieri, Caterina: Ecstatic Computation

Barbieri, Caterina SKU: 43506613

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Ecstatic Computation
Artist: Barbieri, Caterina
Label: Light-Years
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 4062548061185
Genre: Electronic

Vinyl LP pressing. Following 2017's acclaimed 2LP "Patterns of Consciousness", "Ecstatic Computation" is the new full-length LP by Caterina Barbieri. The album revolves around the creative use of complex sequencing techniques and pattern-based operations to explore the artefacts of human perception and memory processes by ultimately inducing a sense of ecstasy and contemplation. Computation is turned from being a formal, automatic writing technique into a creative, psychedelic practice to generate temporal hallucinations. A state of trance and wonder where the perception of time is distorted and challenged.

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