The Space Between: A Sound Trilogy

by Mary Edwards

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Tracks:

1. The Sweet Curve

2. I Could Live Forever (in a day like today)

3. For The Time Being


THE SPACE BETWEEN: A SOUND TRILOGY reflects the conflict of desire and uncertainty that seems to simultaneously haunt the intimate—if sometimes interim—spaces of an airport, a woodland and an ocean, each drawing on the relationship we have with temporality, where the anticipation of travel or movement often overshadows the destination. The ambience signifies the essence and impermanence of nature and architecture, evoking both absence and presence through sound. I practice what Juhani Pallasmaa calls "Sensuous Minimalism," where a certain neutrality, restraint and silence are an inherent quality of the discipline: "The significance (of architecture) is not in its material form, but in its capacity to reveal deeper layers of existence".


“...an intriguing and important project which hopes to subversively acknowledge the role of humans in the way architecture functions (or doesn’t) in our culture. Mary Edwards hopes to take space back for all of us, not through seizure of property or the redefinition of place, but through the use of melody and phrasing and multi-aural overlay.”
—Katt Lissard

“...not only has Mary Edwards built a resonant dialogue among disciplines, she has amassed a body of work bound together by common themes, of the nature and philosophy of space, of the place of home and the power of nostalgia and, of the effects of all of these things on both the fixed and fluid aspects of identity and experience.”
—Daniel Alexander Jones

“…Mary Edwards is sensitive to aesthetic spaces.There is a sense of a grand nostalgia, a wonderment of Modernist sensibility and individualism within her compositional subjects...Mary results in finding and creating spaces between that are intimate, romantic and idyllic."
—Laiwan Chung

“...quite resonant.”
—Laura Koplewitz

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releases 28 September 2015

Composed and performed by Mary Edwards

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Mary Edwards New York, New York

Mary Edwards' compositions are evocative of epic soundtracks combined with lyrical intimacy that create cinema for the ear. For her solo releases, she takes her inspiration from '60s film scores and classic pop (to paraphrase Burt Bacharach, "I think in terms of minature movies") to create an indelible, sprawling landscape of sound. ... more

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