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PostPosted: Wed Jan 15, 2014 5:18 am    Post subject: FF`Space - a new label for Fragmented Frames
Subject description: Wellcome to electronic, experimental, dance and abstract noises at FF`Space
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Hello, wellcome to the FF`SPACE

FF`SPACE - First Frequency Space and Frame Fragmented Space. FF`SPACE opens a kind of platform for some contemporary generative and algorithmic approaches in arts of sounds, visuals, design or micro-software development.



- First Frequency Space - is not a constant conclusion of this platform to the first level of something. But it is an abstract explanation of a feeling of some process direction of continued transformation. The information is like “it was the first wave or it was the first vibration of frequency before the moment when whole transformation was applied” or some kind of emotion like “there was the first oscilation before of something was born”. Feeling is like a “turning face” which could be just one with such a kind of fixed parameters. And in process of perception of transformations this perform again, one Space is replaced by another, with its own First Frequency.

- Frame Fragmented Space is just some abstract space with frames and fragments in between. Each frame in this abstract space could have it`s own fragment`s character after the first frequensy. And each fragment of this space can be divided on sub-frames whose characters automatically become after the First Frequency`s sub-fragments.

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Started as subfragment of V4W.ENKO , FF`SPACE is a label and multi-arts organisation based in Kiev, Ukraine.

Listen fragments, see releases, purchase lossless digital, cd, vinyls, at the oficial label`s page

[url]http://ffspace.info/
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(c) + (p) 2011 FF`SPACE


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