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Strings (Hold the Ensuing Silence)

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Published on Jul 4, 2012

"Strings (Hold the Ensuing Silence)" by Scott F. Hall and Elise Frost, 2012, video with stereo sound, 3 minutes duration.

"Strings (Hold the Ensuing Silence)" is a work of video art with stereo sound art by Scott F. Hall and Elise Frost which expresses the repetitious life-experience of entanglement, detachment, and the subsequent melancholy effort to minimize communications and remain separated by distance and silence.

Scott F. Hall is an artist working in multiple mediums: sound, music, instrument design, still images, video, and sculpture. He finds the initial inspiration to create his widely varied work through a personalized practice of sound art which ranges from the capture of field recordings to composing within the harmonious confines of twelve-tone music to producing sound in ways which are free from the shackles of tuning and time. Hall is Associate Professor in the School of Visual Arts & Design at the University of Central Florida.
http://rhizome.org/profiles/scottf.hall

Elise Frost is a summa cum laude BFA graduate from the University of Florida in Dance Performance. Choreography and improvisation have been focal in her artistic exploration of movement and life. Her strong belief in the power of the artistic journey through daily expression has been influential in her research of many unique art forms that contribute to the universal human experience. Frost trained with many renowned artists nationally and internationally and conducted many workshops and classes as a teacher at Harwood-Watson Dance Studios. She has choreographed dance and theatre works for the University of Florida, the Johnny Holloway Theatre, and three professional dance companies.
http://www.hwdancestudios.com/about-u...

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