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Time debris
Francesco Corvi
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October 21, 2022

"Time debris" was performed by Francesco Corvi on the 9th of February 2022 as part of his master research project at Den Haag’s Institute of Sonology. The work is loosely inspired by "The Order of Time," the influential text written by physicist and philosopher Carlo Rovelli. His thoughts on the illusory nature of time influenced the development of the live coding environment employed in performance, focusing attention toward the interactions between sounds on different time scales. “Rovelli's ideas lead me to adopt a new perspective which broadened my concept of musical time, from an empty container to be filled with events, to a musical parameter that regulates the interactions of sound processes.” Time debris represents a turning point in the music made so far by Corvi (released under the moniker of Nesso), where the core traits such as the improvisational component, the human-machine dialogue, and the creative autonomy of the algorithm meet a radical sound palette influenced by electroacoustic and extreme computer music.

Design by Joe Gilmore

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  1. 1 Time debris 9:25
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