Exhibiting September 17th 2016 from 2pm-11pm in the historic Lorain Palace Theatre as part of the 2016 FireFish Festival in Lorain, Ohio. "Broken Ecologies" is a large scale 16.2 channel audio-visual installation by Jeremy Bible juxtaposing an ever evolving electro-acoustic sound field environment with stunning ultra high definition aerial cinematography. A project spanning thousands of miles across the United States. Aerial landscapes captured from the desert & mountain regions of the Southwestern United States alongside an immersive 16.2 channel score of compositions combining field recordings, electronic & acoustic instruments, with Broken Ecologies Bible constructs an immersive virtual environment which explores nature's relationship with itself in a future where man made technology outlives mankind. "Broken Ecologies" operates as a preface to Bible's forthcoming work "Human Savagery".
Jeremy Bible is an American interdisciplinary artist with an affinity for sound design, field recording, composition, photography, cinematography and multi-channel audio-visual works. By combining these elements through acousmatic presentations and installation based approaches Bible directs the focus towards beautifully surreal & profound sensory experiences. The oft sculptural structures of Bible’s work, ranging from meditative to jarring, invite listeners towards a focused and intimate approach to listening while challenging the established topographies of time and linearity. His fractured fusion of angular electronics and natural soundscapes explore virtual eco-futurist environments and surreal post humanism landscapes through non-linear deconstructions of time and place. Bible has presented work at The Cleveland Museum of Art, Akron Art Museum, MOCA and numerous events, galleries and festivals.