Boomkat Product Review:
**Hurricane-strength harsh noise killer. RIYL Kevin Drumm** "Spectral Arrows: Sydney was recorded at Artspace Sydney in 2012 during The Color of the Sky Has Melted, a survey exhibition of Fusinato’s recent projects. Fusinato performed facing a large, purpose-built wall that bisected the exhibition space and displayed his Double Infinitives series (large-scale works that appropriate from the print media the archetypal image of the riot: the masked protagonist who brandishes a rock against a backdrop of fire). Fusinato’s sculpture Aetheric Plexus, which unleashes 13,00 watts of white light and a 105db blast of white noise when triggered by the audience, was active in the space during the performance and provides an aleatoric counterpoint throughout the recording. The crushing volume and harshness of the performance is intensified throughout by the reverberant gallery space, which creates a swirling, almost psychedelic effect as Fusinato’s sounds bounce from wall to wall. Spectral Arrows: Sydney condenses a six-hour performance into under forty minutes. Compared to the rapid-fire cut-ups of Spectral Arrows: Rotterdam (De Player, 2013), the pacing here is more measured. Disorientating explorations of asynchronous stereo fields fade into periods of minimal drone, broken by the distant eruption of Aetheric Plexus; bottom- heavy oscillations give way to pointillist chatter; continuous streams of hum and crackle grow steadily until they form monumental aural sculptures."