Bukabog is a industrial/acousmatic/sound-art project from Brazil that uses (mostly) DIY sound-bodies to explore the physicality of sound-objects, i.e. its textures, density, volume etc, and the infinite possibilities of relations among them.
For "Study on Detachment and Deprivation", a simple pontilistic harmonic line was composed from #Am and Bm chords (being #A and B the closest notes from the 60 hertz domestic power line frequency in the Americas that we hear on almost every aged household appliances) and played on different octaves on the guitar. Next, different textures from a DIY Cacophonator noise generator and effects pedals were added, ending with a rhythmic session recorded from a piece of a bass E string attached to a food-mixer a/c motor drumming a tin can.
The resulting video and soundtrack is part of the artist's current artistic research on the concept of deprivation caused both by the absence or the overload of auditory and visual stimuli.