the electromagnetics and ultrasonics of a single lightbulb, recorded with JrF coils. From the forthcoming book / download album 'dust | celestine' - a collection of Jez riley French's influential work with electromagnetics, infrasound, ultrasonics and vlf signals.
'Described in a British Library interview as one of the most influential sound artists of his generation, Jez has been at the forefront of the expansion of field recording techniques and their use in both sonic art and acoustic ecology for many years. Used by thousands of artists, field recordists, sound designers and musicians his specialist microphones have become ubiquitous, visible and audible everywhere from sound installations at galleries and venues around the world including Tate Modern to on TV and movie screens discovering new species of river Dolphin on the BBC's Planet Earth II' series or adding layers to the sound design of all but one recent Academy Award and Bafta nominated productions. His openness and insights on sound remain infectious, inspiring and unique within his individual creative voice as an artist'