|1.||"Fractions Of The Absolute" (3:43)|
|2.||"Machines For Measuring Space" (4:11)|
|3.||"Space, Movement, & Light" (2:53)|
|4.||"The Circumstances Of Her Neglect" (4:27)|
|5.||"Balanced On A Slender Black Stem" (2:43)|
|1.||"Matrix Of Visible" (3:01)|
|2.||"Double Line" (5:41)|
|3.||"Fractions Of The Absolute II" (3:23)|
|4.||"Man Guessed At A Spiritual Meaning & Imposed A Moral System" (9:23)|
Alessio Natalizia aka Not Waving's Ecstatic imprint presents an album by former Walls bandmate Sam Willis. 'White on White' features improvisations made on the seminal PPG Wave synth and inspired by the work, life and theories of British constructivist artist Marlow Moss (1889-1958). A radical, gender-bending British Jewish lesbian and innovator of non-figurative art. It's a follow-up of sorts to Willis' 'Ascention' tape and leads on from his and Natalizia's reworks of Daphne Oram - arguably another overlooked British female pioneer of her field - collected on their 2014 album 'Sound Houses'. Moreover, there's little doubt that this is some of Willis' strongest solo work, which can be attributed to the fecund inspiration of Moss's work, life and theories, as well as his access to a prized arsenal of rare vintage synths.
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