Contact mic, bucket, improvisation.
In a live setting, Electric Elizabeth investigates the sounds they can make with a metal bucket, contact mic, vocals and the cheapest delay pedal they could find.
Live electronic improvised
With Clive Graham, Clive Hall, Adam Bohman, Richard Crow, and John Wall.
Electric viola, effects pedals, human voice.
Each performance is improvised and created from scratch often with minimal forethought, relying primarily on the feel of the moment and atmosphere of the location.
DIY electronics and strobe lights
The artist uses optoelectronic oscillators which produce a repetitively modulated wave. The light sources control the circuits modulating the signal. In a sound/light integration, the modulation of tone activates an interactive system based on DIY circuitry. It is a self-generated sonic machine creating a syncopated, high-pitched, noisy beep.