Saturday, March 29, 2014

Day 465: Haiku Junto

Today's piece is the first work I've done for the Junto in awhile.   It's also a collaboration with the Naviar Haiku Project.  It's based on this Haiku:

“They encounter
A cathedral of ice
At the end of the world”

My process is a little boring (to me).  I imagine a group of people searching for the end of the world, then fill in the scene of them discovering an ice cathedral with post-rock music.  It could have just as easily gone in a different direction (ambient, more experimental, etc), but this time it was post-rock.

More on this 117th Disquiet Junto project — “Compose an original piece of music in response to a haiku” — at:
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Haiku by Nite Rote, more from whom at:
Image associated with this Junto project is by William Warby, via a Creative Commons license:

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