I am interested in a selective mix between “living“ structures that evolve by chance and/or chain reactions — in contrast to the pre-determined and contained space, in which these events unfold. The composition manifests through my deliberate containment and cautious monitoring. Thus, I do not intentionally stage chance factors or generative systems in order to discover unexpected results, but rather I aim to cultivate the vitality of the compositions.
What I call “room“ or "sound architecture” signifies a space to enter, but also a sound composition that functions more like an organism, something that is not changing into something else over time, but rather full of variations in its details and potent in its sonic possibilities. It’s not about a beginning or an end; it could even be endless. It’s not narrative. It’s not going somewhere and not coming from anywhere — even if it is continuously changing in its microstructures. It is more about creating a situation and focusing on the vibrations happening at the current moment.