microphones in the trees: woodpecker wooliams

Wednesday, December 01, 2010

woodpecker wooliams

Sleeping Under Dark Suns is a story of sleeping women in myth. Woomen that sleep or go under. Women that grow mute or die. Snow White, Sleeping Beauty, Lilith, Eurydice, the Honeybee in winter’s dreaming time. Two ten-minute compositions, the second a collaboration with the dark and murky Talvihorros. Slumberous, somnolent, drowsy dears. Where are our women? What have they done? Out in the woods, up in the towers, down in the dungeons, we’ve been eating apples, and loving men, swooning under their stern gazes, and giving up ghosts. I wanted to find out why… ~ Woodpecker Wooliams

1 comment:

bitsounds said...

so beautiful!