omega is an hour long exploration of that which cannot be accessed, and
therefore cannot be sorted in our perception.
this piece seeks to identify perceptual boundaries through the
use of different methods of counting, utilizing physical, visual, and auditory
phenomenon. the moment the brain forgets that counting has been occurring,
the moment where perception breaks from conscious categorization, is the
door to the inaccessible. by exposing these limits in perception, every realm of
categorization can be exposed, especially that which involves human
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Suzanne Kite, aka Kite, is an artist, performer, violinist, composer, and producer from Southern California. Kite's work includes electronic productions, arrangements for large ensembles, sound sculpture, gallery installation, text scores, film scores, and video compositions. Kite has performed on various albums for hip-hop producers, rock bands, and folk groups. Kite is heavily influenced by the works of Jorge Luis Borges, Francois Jullien & Rudy Rucker. Recently, Kite has been developing large scale video & sound installations, and has developed an hour-long production called omega, an exploration of that which cannot be accessed, and therefore cannot be sorted in our perception. Kite's debut album is performed solo with two computers, violin, voice, dance, & video feed. The album explores how the human experience is pervaded by an overwhelming and intangible strangeness, a faint disconnection from the inaccessible.