"Animal' sounds and populations are set in a deep ecological landscape, in this excerpt from Carbon Song Cycle, in premiere performance at Berkeley Art Museum/Pacific Film Archive, L@TE series, April 12, 2013.
Images Christina McPhee / music Pamela Z
creative commons license 2013

In this video reconstruction, immersive video content is shown in clips montaged to the documentary footage of the performance at BAM/PFA.

Voiceovers on climate change courtesy of Dr. Richard Zane. Animations of scientific visualizations from Nature: Climate Change 2013.

Carbon Song Cycle by Pamela Z (music) and Christina McPhee (images) is a collaborative new music and immersive cinema work, and is scored for video, voice and electronics, and chamber ensemble (viola, cello, bassoon and percussion). The project is funded by grants from the MAP Fund 2012 and New Music USA's Commissioning Program.
In this video, Pamela Z (voice), Charith Premawardhana (viola), Theresa Wong (cello), and Suki O'Kane (percussion).

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