Human Savagery
Premiering March 9 2019 at the Moscow Museum of Modern Art
Garden w/ Ryuichi Sakamoto
Mattress Factory Poster Series
Unveiled/Extension Commissioned for The Cleveland Museum of Art’s Centennial Festival East Wing Glass Box Gallery / 218 European Sculpture June 25 & 26 2016
2018 Album Cover Designs
Broken Ecologies
"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
Landscape Dissonance
Landscape dissonance.
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.
Black Grasshopper w/ High Aura'd
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.
Markarian 421
Indek - Fwerks EP
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