Disappearer consists of a single channel video and stereo sound installation accompanied by a collection of relational sound works. It was conceived as speculatively based exploration of both the landscape and the ability of sound to evoke resonances beyond its experiential impact. The project extends both the formal and conceptual concerns of recent works that have explored the landscape as a reservoir of historical and psychic splinters. Turning its attention on the immediate environment of an anonymous suburbia, Disappearer evokes the fragmentary details of the built landscape to speak to its own dissolution and our own sense of passing through. Central to this process is the extended drone based composition that both orchestrates the visual component of the work and acts a type of engine for the project itself. Throughout the 13 minute video work figures appear momentarily and quickly fade away; their presence spectral and fleeting as if evoked by the action of the work itself. Each of these events becomes the basis for a secondary series of sound works that searches the ether itself for clues of these (dis)appearances.