Sound installations based on hand-drawn graphic scores are consisting of pre-recorded instrumental sequences that are merged in multichannel compositions. As a multi-phonic installation they can be played in en empty gallery space, and since they are focused on sharpening polyphone listening the original idea supports creative inputs in spatial mapping. The compositions as well as spatial implications are referring to specific mathematical proportions developed from each score.
Concept of building sonic environment out of equations is inspired by the study of universal cycles.
Other way of performing the scores suggests decomposition of a graphic structure suitable for string ensemble. The ensemble can be further situated in the space mapped in correlation with the mathematical propositions.