I recently had the pleasure of testing out a new project at Bang the Bore in Bristol. This is another work in my ongoing series using speaking performers.
In White Fang Field Recording, I asked four performers to silently read text from White Fang by Jack London. When they encountered words that they deemed to be related to sound, I asked them to read out loud.
The idea of this work is to link two historic Canadian practices, field recording and literature, both of which rely heavily on Canada’s unique geographic landscape.
Thanks to Mike Pony, Josie Hypatia Grounds, Seth Cooke and Dan Bennett for reading.