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Brilliant Trees sessions . Berlin . 1983 . raw camera footage

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Too Close To Being Far Away From Everything

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In July of 2013, the musician David Sylvian staged two simultaneously held photographic exhibitions in Japan, one (“Abandon”) at the Spiral Garden in Tokyo, and the second (“Hope”), in an abandoned building located in the port town of Uno as part of the Setouchi International Art festival 2013. The exhibitions dealt with the theme of hope and its uncertainties, outcomes, and the beauty of the present.

Sylvian asked Taylor Deupree to create music to accompany the exhibition; specifically, longer-form pieces that would be presented on a portable playback device for visitors of Uno to listen to while they walked around the festival.

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https://sylvianvista.com/2022/01/07/before-the-bullfight/?wref=pil

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Dead Bees On A Cake

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