Recording and Performing / Isabel Pérez Del Pulgar.
Compositing and Sound / Roland Quelven.
"The thing of composition is so abstract. It's so powerful where you place things and the relationships. But you don't work with any kind of intellectual thing. You just act and react. It's all intuition. It must obey rules, but these rules are not in any book. The basic rules of composition are a joke." David Lynch.
Reclaimed from a graveyard of vinyl, “The Talking Book” is a collection of oxidized aural snapshots buried between the gloom and the gorgeous. A collaboration between Bill Gould, best known as a founding member of the group Faith No More, and conceptual sound artist Jared Blum, creator of abstract pop under the moniker “Blanketship”, and other releases on his SF based, lo-fi musique concrete label Gigante Sound. “The Talking Book” is the first installment in a series of like-minded recordings on Bill Gould’s Koolarrow Record Label.
Sound by Bill Gould and Jared Blum. "Maxim" Excerpt from the Album The Talking Book.
Video ( Editing, compositing, recordings and performances) by Roland Quelven and Isabel Pérez del Pulgar.
Video/Sound/Voices/Lists by Isabel Pérez del Pulgar & Roland Quelven
"The list is the origin of culture. It's part of the history of art and literature. What does culture want? To make infinity comprehensible. It also wants to create order -- not always, but often. And how, as a human being, does one face infinity? How does one attempt to grasp the incomprehensible? Through lists, through catalogs, through collections in museums and through encyclopedias and dictionaries. "