For me, for you is a dual aural love letter that allows listeners to tip the scales of love outside the form, and love within. Ever evolving, the balance of the piece will continue to shift, change, and grow the longer one listens.
For me, for you is a p5 sketch, you can interact with the complete work here. Or you can play the individual sound pieces below.
HOSOO – p.103
Tim Shaw – Hose pipe in garden – Sokolowsko, Poland
Laurie Anderson – Walking & falling
uon – Bus
Joaquín Gutiérrez Hadid – pour
JH1.FS3 – Visions of a scene (Coney Island)
Tim Shaw – Cicadas - Castelvecchio Di Rocca, Liguria, Italy
ASDA – The McDonalds prayer
HOSOO – p.107
Tim Shaw – Gorky Park Carillion – Moscow, Russia
Conor C. Ellis – Old God
Gas – Generator 74
Conor C. Ellis – Hunter
Merrin Karras – The gate
HOSOO – p.6
Gowdy – Proof of existence
Motion Ward – Ripple 22
Cat Tyson Hughes – A lovely walk
Holy Similaun – R-E-S
JH1.FS3 - 29.08.2014
Pleq – Raindrop
Fake – Sourceville
Sim Hutchins – Baby you’re a drug (Renick Bell dub version)
Jasmine Guffond – Forever listening
Leila Abdul-Rauf – Tears in white fluid
Sim Hutchins – Wasp cell
Leila Abdul-Rauf – Despair from words unsaid
Natalia Newling is a DJ, event curator, and radio broadcaster living and working on unceded Gadigal land. Her practice focuses on using a variety of technologies to re-frame the boundaries, expectations, and inherent fallacies of ‘DJing’.
The host of Bristol-based monthly radio show, Noods Radio (Outer Vein), Natalia places a focus on discovering and profiling new and forward-thinking music in different and somewhat subversive contexts. One of the co-founders of volunteer-run booking, events and touring agency, NECTAR, she also devotes the majority of her professional and personal time to championing developing DJs and live electronic artists in the Australian market.
For me, for you is Natalia’s first publicly exhibited work not including 3-4 highly produced TikTok videos.
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