One Hundred and Seventeen


Secondly, I am interested in the sounds humans produce by placing themselves upon tools and sculpting these sounds so that when presented before an audience, these specific vibrations, collected and organized just so, reveal to other humans humanity, thereby: 1) condensing the abstract into a single digestible unit, 2) effectively articulating a microcosm depicting all things alive, and 3) dispensing with cumbersome language altogether, making this human-composer a form of the future.