Premiering March 9 2019 at the Moscow Museum of Modern Art
2018 Album Cover Designs
Indek - Fwerks EP
Mattress Factory Poster Series
Black Grasshopper w/ High Aura'd
Garden w/ Ryuichi Sakamoto
Unveiled/Extension Commissioned for The Cleveland Museum of Art’s Centennial Festival East Wing Glass Box Gallery / 218 European Sculpture June 25 & 26 2016 "Sound artist Jeremy Bible presents Unveiled/Extension, an 18-channel sculptural sound installation extending upon Bible's 2009 installation for CMA built from recordings of the museum's construction. Thousands of sound elements meticulously designed for the acoustic properties of the space interact across 18 small battery powered speakers to create a dynamic, spatial & ever evolving immersive sonic environment where silent elements play as large a role as the audible elements." Unveiled/Extension exhibited to the public for a total of 20 hours on June 25th & 26th 2016 at The Cleveland Museum of Art during their Centennial & Solstice festivals in their East Wing Glass Box gallery alongside a collection of European sculptures by Auguste Rodin, Agostina Cornacchini, François-Nicolas Delaistre & Albert-Ernest Carrier-Belleuse. On Sunday June 26th at 5pm as the museum was closed the sound installation was left intentionally running until the batteries died Monday afternoon as a poetic tribute to the historic sculptures. 18 battery powered speakers 42,174 sound files ranging from 9 seconds to 13.5 minutes totaling 1339.2 hours
"Broken Ecologies" is an immersive 16.2 channel spatial audio/video installation which premiered at the Lorain Palace Theatre September 17th 2016 as part of the 2016 FireFish Festival. "Broken Ecologies" is a large scale 16.2 channel audio-visual installation by Jeremy Bible juxtaposing an ever evolving electro-acoustic sound field environment with stunning ultra high definition aerial cinematography. A project spanning thousands of miles across the United States. Aerial landscapes captured from the desert & mountain regions of the Southwestern United States alongside an immersive 16.2 channel score of compositions combining field recordings, electronic & acoustic instruments, with Broken Ecologies Bible constructs an immersive virtual environment which explores nature's relationship with itself in a future where man made technology outlives mankind. "Broken Ecologies" operates as a preface to Bible's forthcoming work "Human Savagery". 32ft diameter hexadecagon speaker arrangement. 16 Full Range Presonus Eris E5 Monitors 2 PreSonus StudioLive 18sAI Subs
Music For Black Holes
A four hour sound bath of pure tone minimalist ambient symphonics for withdrawal, isolation, contemplation, meditation, transcendence, intimacy & sensuality. "Music For Black Holes" came together out of pieces from Jeremy Bible's private archives compiled to aid in meditating his way through a challenging period of transition. A map to guide one through the vacuum of space & time. Limited Edition 8gb USB Drive containing "Music For Black Holes" in native HD audio 24bit / 88200khz wav format encased in black hard plastic box.
Felder: Dissected & Reassembled for 16 Channels
“Felder: Dissected & Reassembled for 16 Channels” An installation by Jeremy Bible in collaboration with Jan St. Werner member of Mouse on Mars. 4 hour 16 channel sound installation consisting of 2891 unique sound elements at Survival Kit in Cleveland, Ohio on April 30th 2016 from 5pm to 9pm. Jan St. Werner’s new album “Felder” for Chicago based label Thrill Jockey Records, out worldwide April 1st 2016, will be performed in unconventional ways at 8 locations around the world during the month of April through live performances, installations and other interpretations by ensembles, composers and artists responding to the music in various ways. Every Felder installation will be publicly accessible. It’s less about the document of the installation than the topological and social re-installment of the ideas behind the Felder album. Felder means “fields,” unstable territories, radiation, musical situations that happen simultaneously but aren’t necessarily synced. The intent being to stretch the idea and interpretation of the record in time and space so it’s impossible to understand and experience the project as a whole. For “Felder: Dissected & Reassembled for 16 Channels,” Ohio-based sound artist Jeremy Bible will dismantle, edit and process Werner’s entire “Felder” album into thousands of unique audio elements of varying length. Upon organization into a unique playback system for generative multi channel arrangement, it will be presented as an ever-evolving 16 channel immersive sound installation. This system will create endless sonic combinations and interactions across the 16 channels. This approach seeks to further reinforce the overall concept of asynchronicity while challenging the tedium of predictable linearity.