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THESIS 20 - Isolarii

by Corey Fuller, Richard Skelton

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Insula 03:40

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‘Isolarii’ is an archaic word used to describe ‘island books’ — a category which, according to George Tolias ‘belongs somewhere within the shadowy bounds of geographical, historical, and travel literature and nautical manuals’. A recent addition to this largely forgotten literary genre is Judith Schalansky’s ‘Atlas of Remote Islands’. Fuller sent Skelton a copy during lockdown, and it became a tacit guiding text for their ensuing collaboration, as both artists were islanded, and geographically remote from each other (Fuller in Japan, Skelton in the UK). As travel restrictions tightened, they exchanged recordings of cello, accordion and piano as a way of circumventing those geographical limitations — of making musical excursions into unknown waters. The result is a series of compositions that seamlessly move back and forth between Japan and the UK, layering time-zones and topographies to create a new, singular ‘atlas of remote islands’.

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released January 7, 2022

Corey Fuller: Piano, Electronics
Richard Skelton: Accordion, Strings, Electronics

Composed, performed and engineered by Corey Fuller and Richard Skelton

Mastered by Taylor Deupree
Design by Gregory Euclide

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