This recent collaboration between Telekinett and the Ai/Anterior Research Station represents the second installment in a series of significant sound research projects. The inspiration for this production stems from the pioneering acoustic phenomena research conducted by the Bell Telephone Laboratories in 1959.
The project showcases a collection of audio research experiments crafted by Mauricio Reyes and Adi Newton, who operated in distinct locations and time periods. The inaugural piece in the Acoustic Phenomena series, entitled “The Sone of Total Proximity,” serves as the foundation for this collaboration.
The outcome of this endeavor is a distinctive audio documentary that studies the intricacies of the world surrounding us. It adeptly captures the diverse sounds, both organic and mechanical, that permeate our physical environment. The investigation encompasses a wide range of subjects, including information conspiracy theories, acoustic phenomena recordings, and studio experiments, all meticulously assembled within the framework of the Science Series. The creative production of this recording was overseen by the esteemed pantheist Adi Newton and the visionary futurist Mauricio Reyes. To enhance the listener’s understanding, the recording is accompanied by comprehensive documentary notes, offering valuable insights into the subjects explored and providing additional information about these intricate sound research experiments.