Seabuckthorn & Sophie Gabrielle
Through A Vulnerable Occur
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1Seabuckthorn – Toward The Warmth 2:36
2Seabuckthorn – While There By The Woods 4:23
3Seabuckthorn – Through A Vulnerable Occur 3:36
4Seabuckthorn – And Bickers Into Colour 4:51
5Seabuckthorn – Place Memory 6:07
6Seabuckthorn – Toward The Alone 0:42
7Seabuckthorn – Other Other 5:36
8Seabuckthorn – Clears 3:18
9Seabuckthorn – Copper & Indigo 3:00
10Seabuckthorn – Sunken Room 2:42
11Seabuckthorn – Or A Morning Blue In The East 2:09
12Seabuckthorn – I haven't Seen Tunis Since (Bonus)3:37
13Seabuckthorn – Which Is Hid (Bonus)3:39

"Through A Vulnerable Occur" is the result of a dialog between the photographer Sophie Gabrielle and the musician Seabucthorn, initiated by IIKKI, between June 2019 and February 2020.

Seabuckthorn is an alias used for the solo work of English acoustic guitarist & multi-instrumentalist Andy Cartwright since 2009. He uses finger picking & bowing techniques combined with various open tunings to form a mixture of approaches, often with layered accompaniments. Generally the songs lean towards to the experimental genre, whilst on the edge of the ambient and folk. "Through A Vulnerable Occur" is his 9th releases.

Sophie Gabrielle is a Melbourne based contemporary photographer and curator working in both analog and digital mediums. Graduating from Photography Studies College, Melbourne in 2015, she has been one of the Lensculture Art Awards finalist in 2018, then Foam Talent winner in 2019. Her work has been exhibited in Australia, Malaysia, New York and the UK. Through her fine art practice, Sophie has channelled her interest in mythology, spiritualism and psychology to create poetic works that reflect our sense of self, place and the ambiguity of memory. Her works are an exploration into the world of the unseen, through optics, chemical interactions and the investigative processes used to photograph something invisible to the naked eye.