NAW Climate Adaptive Capacity



Montreal ex-pat naw (Neil Wiernik) who currently calls Toronto his home, began composing electronic music in 1988 with explorations in audio art and experimental music. Neil’s interest in sound and technology has lead him to a continued questioning and refinement of audio
tools and modes of production resulting in experimentation with altered instruments, modified
 devices, and custom software environments. Neil’s music could be described as warm, atmospheric and cinematic electronic music. The sound design of naw is firmly grounded in the rich traditions of 
dub studio culture but can also be weighed alongside formal contemporary composition. His music 
was recently described in “The Wire” as having “…the kind of sharpness and clarity usually lost amid
the murk and decay of clicks and cuts and digital delays.” Neil has released music on various labels 
Noise Factory Records for his naw project and on Elevation Recordings for his most recent project
 Whisper Room. Climate Adaptive Capacity is his first release on the paper+sound label.

Client: paper+sound
Photography: Neil Wiernik
Art Direction and Design: Heiki Sillaste

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