Inspired by Zen and Sufi philosophy,
British soundsculptor Keith Berry
molded field recordings and instruments into the tenuous fabric of
The Golden Boat (Trente Oiseaux, 2003).
The aesthetic of silence espoused by the likes of Bernhard Gunter and Steve Roden inspired
The Ear That Was Sold To A Fish (Crouton, 2005 - Infraction, 2011), perhaps his artistic zenith,
the double-disc A Strange Feather (Twenty Hertz, 2007).
Their elegant and subdued music had a metaphysical quality and was oriented towards meditation.
Berry was more interested in stillness than in movement.
The Cartesian Plane (Elevator Bath, 2010) contained five more extended meditations.
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