May Waves Rise From Its Floor
performance for custom 16mm film projector, approx. 45 minutes, 2018
May Waves Rise From Its Floor follows in Hallé's career long practice of researching and building custom-made projection devices to be used in collaborative shows. For this project, Hallé continues his method of using live manipulation of candle light with broken pieces of glass and breathing to illuminate 16mm film. The ability to spontaneously create and adapt the visuals has led Hallé to perform this show with a diverse range of renowned improvising musicians.

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Previous performances:
- Montréal, QC at Black House with Jennifer Thiessen on viola d'amore, December 8, 2018
- Toronto, ON at PIX FILM Gallery with Eschaton (Connor Bennett on saxophone/electronics and Aaron Hutchinson on trumpet/electronics/percussion/synths), December 7, 2018
- Ottawa, ON at General Assembly with Linsey Wellman on baritone saxophone, November 30, 2018

Many thanks to Phil Schleihauf for helping in many ways, but especially with creating the custom electronics.

Financial support provided by the Canada Council for the Arts, the Petman Foundation, the City of Ottawa, LIFT and SAW Video.