Houses I

Stathis Kampylis
Jukebox

Our homes and workplaces are bursting with electromagnetic radiation resulting from the numerous electric appliances we use. Although constantly present, electromagnetic radiation is inaudible. Houses I is the first piece in a series of electroacoustic works that make use of electromagnetic field sonification recordings as their sonic material, recorded with the use of Electrosluch 3+ from LOM Instruments. These works explore the inaudible world of electromagnetic fields and as a bridge between worlds introduce it to our every-day soundscape.

Houses I

Stathis Kampylis
Jukebox

Artist Statement

Stathis Kampylis
Jukebox

Stathis Kampylis is a doctoral student in the Department of Music at the University of Bristol, where he studies with Neal Farwell. His research as a composer is particularly concerned with compositional practices that involve the relinquishing of control, informed by his interests in Japanese culture and Zen philosophy.