Ana Bogner — Multiple Proportions

And then, all of a sud­den, as if the storm came to an end, the room became silent. One heard a silent rat­tling remind­ing us of sun­der­ing thoughts, but still the room was silent. There was a roar of anepia around us, a shaft of light above the hori­zon start­ing to scream. Then we lay, floated, lay again on the con­stantly shape­shift­ing floor, being held by contemplation’s grip. Bridges formed, rup­tures yawned, their mouthes, wide open at first, slowly clos­ing (this is the work of our scars set in motion). There are mon­sters in that soul, wait­ing for you. The spir­al repulsed, and the waves broke against the rock, untiredly seep­ing fur­ther towards the Noth­ing of this world. You’ll be found by waves which pass through everything, and if you dare to fol­low them, you’ll find entropy. But not an entropy of loud­ness, no. An entropy sketched and betokened, an entropy enmesh­ing and unwind­ing. And all of this in a feed­back of reci­pro­city, freed from the hier­archy of a pre­de­ter­mined approach. It repeats and remains non-identic­al to itself. Since I built it in my mind i know: they haven‘t built the city we need. The room was filled with sound, but still the room was silent.

Track­list / PLAY
  1. I can hear the wind
  2. In circles
  3. Mon­sters
  4. The city we need

The release was recor­ded in 2013–14.

Music: Ana Bogn­er
Mas­ter­ing: André Klar
Cov­er Art­work: Mari­an Rein­ig

in friendly col­lab­or­a­tion with relat­iv kollekt­iv