In response to various crises and catastrophes, both globally and on the level of loved ones close; names and words, personal and national, assembled in the form of a blind alphabet.
Each person contains a world and Blindwriting, its companion piece/installation, both grew out of a fascination with braille patterns and curiosity as to where they might lead musically. In Each person contains a world the braille patterns of words and names, one for each letter of the alphabet, create a strict framework which forms the spaces within which more or less freely improvised materials can come into being. A framework for stillness / silence.
(Kizuna: roughly meaning ‘human bond’ in Japanese.)