Saele Valese is an Italian-born, Bern-based sound-artist and producer Saele Valese. IVIC is the debut album which will be out in 2021 via NOTON. According to the press release, he distills hauntological noise, droning tonal experiments and minimalist rhythms into a series of electro-acoustic-wave ventures written over five years in Berlin, Saas-Fee and Thun.
Drawing influences from the psychoacoustic properties of the live album format, IVIC’s 11 tracks were mixed and recorded live on DAT cassettes and through DAW experimentation, without the possibility to revise the final recordings. Valese adopted this approach to conceptually propose reconciliations between the irreversibility of the past, and acceptance of its residuals in the present. The track titles themselves follow this pathos, citing the works of the American photographer Francesca Woodman and the poet Sylvia Plath.
We already shared “You Cannot See Me From Where I Look At Myself 4“; “You Cannot See Me From Where I Look At Myself 4” is the new excerpt. Watch the official video below.