My Heart is a flickering, swelling, phantasmagoric experience of memory. Here is a version for three screens, reduced to be shown on one. The full piece is for ten screens and eight speakers, composed for the RML CineChamber.
I use digital objects with intensely dreamlike qualities to capture people and places. Aurally, scattered bits of spatial audio cause our perceptual systems to form a new conception of place from the ashes.
Noah Berrie is a composer and sound artist from New York, currently finishing his MA in composition and computer music at Stanford. A classically trained violinist, his recent work explores the perceptual and spatial subtleties of sound. His practice spans multichannel audio, audiovisual work, sound installations, instrument building, songs, and score-based composition.