between systems and grounds underwent significant initial development in Rabun Gap while at a residency at the Hambidge Center. It is here where we first began designing the feedback between the textile creation and live-electronics, as well as the system for creating time-compressed recordings and triggered by bobbins hitting the surface of the foamcore. Everything started as a 6 x 6 grid, for correspondence between the width of the textile and the matrix switcher used in the live-electronics.
Special thanks to the staff and fellow artists at Hambidge for their encouragement during this time. Many thanks to Alec McLane and the Music Library at Wesleyan for the matrix switcher.