Salts That Have Lost Water (Odomez Serie #1)

by Robert Horton & Constantin Dubois

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Edition of 60 (20 with Polaroids), limited, sold out

This is the first installment in the Odomez Serie.

It happened before the end of the demolition works on the Odomez site. During a tour there, with Aurélie Brouet, we recorded the sound of our wanderings, and did several minutes scultures and actions, documented by Polaroid photographs. We also gathered some objects.

I then sent the recording to Robert who used it as a raw material for his soundwork.

Final artwork included the Polaroids and found objects wrapped in silk paper. Also included was Robert's words about the recording process:

"Constantin contacted me about this project, at first I didn't think I could do it, as I had lost the use of my left arm, and was in intense pain. Then got a diagnosis of frozen shoulder and through daily physical therapy and osteopathy treatments regained some of the left arm use and range of motion. I decided to go ahead with this land based project as it gave an inspired focus away from physical pain."
Robert Horton

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released May 17, 2007

artwork by Aurélie Brouet et Constantin Dubois Choulik
field recording by Constantin Dubois
music by Robert Horton

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« n.o.t. » is a DIY music print run by Constantin Dubois Choulik since 2006, producing custom artworks for all blends of leftfield musical projects.

The artworks and the objects are created from scratch for each new release, with various techniques. They are hand-made, limited, numbered.

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