Place and space play a big factor in Skelton’s creative process, transporting the listener to the environment in which the music was originally recorded. The visuals and tactile objects that are always included with the discs facilitate in entrenching the listener further in Skelton’s magical world that is brimming with sensation and history, as its not only Skelton’s music that the listener is experiencing, but how, in fact, he is able to maintain a deep and engaging conversation with his surroundings.
Edited by Anchises on 5 Dec 2011, 20:45
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Extracted from the Foxy Digitalis article on Richard Skelton by Cory Card: http://www.digitalisindustries.com/foxyd/features.php?which=251
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