I am supper happy and proud that one of my pictures is the cover image for Josh Rubin’s CD, “There is Never No Light”.
From the record label’s page:
Rubin unifies these works by their humanized use of technology toward musical ends. Using visual artist James Turrell’s early experiments with light as an analog, Rubin poses that these composers’ use electronics in their music in a way that cannot exist without the performer and the listener: “There is never not light nor sound in the natural environment, but great composers (and artists like Turrell) expertly use tools to capture and manipulate it, rescuing it from a place of ambient ambiguity. Making sound into music is distinctly human; it happens at the moment that sound needs the ear it reaches.”