Schismotecture: The Navidson Record

by M. Kammerbauer

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Schismotecture a.k.a. “The Navidson Record” is a conceptual cycle of recordings inspired by the concept of the house that is larger on the inside than on the outside from Mark Z. Danielewski's novel “House of Leaves.” Similar to the design of Friedrich Kiesler's “Endless House” it declares a state of perceptive emergency by dissolving the conventions of architectural geometry into a continuum, thus eerily creating an intellectual counterpart to the cave by having emerged from the depth of the earth. Schismotecture takes these spatial concepts into the realm of the audible. The recordings combine electroacoustic composition and improvised sessions (synthesizers, effects) with field recordings and electric guitar and bass guitar.

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released January 1, 2009

This is an online only release. It has no catalog number. "Schismotecture" was a Nexialist recording project completed in early 2003, created simultaneously with Fragment King's "Pathomechanical" and Nexicon's "Life Emitting Diode" sessions. Conceived, recorded, produced by Mark Kammerbauer at White Furnace Lodge.

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