The project //2009// was carried out throughout the year 2009; it involved ten sound artists who created a 7-minute piece in response to a composition by an unknown precursor.
Released by Compost and Height in May 2010.
Eckhardt’s recordings seek the rich if occasionally dissonant overtones that have been central to the minimalist works of Tony Conrad, Phill Niblock, Eliane Radigue, and Ellen Fullman. And in his reconstitution of her recordings, Holterbach populates his compositions with field recordings whose turbulent textures and bristling movements sympathetically weave amidst the rasping drones from the viola.
Released by The Helen Scarsdale Agency by in March 2010.
Live electronics: Sergio Merce
Viola sounds on the tape: Julia Eckhardt
Recorded on 6 October 2006 in Aalst (Belgium) by Ludo Engels
Released by HulaHula Records in 2007, an Argentina based record label that makes free on-line releases