A process of indirect diffusion that by means of various materials, bass drums | various cymbals | rocks | and minimal circumstances, attaches to the original Honeybee recording a sense reflected by other objects.
The original inspiration behind this process came from a passage in the book ‘Six memos for the new Millenium’ by Italo Calvino. Whereupon the author sets out to explain the work of the Italian Poet Giacomo Leopardi:
“For Giacomo Leopardi maintained that the more vague and imprecise language is, the more poetic it becomes. I might mention in passing that as far as I know Italian is the only language in which the word vago (vague) also means ‘lovely, attractive’.”