Time & Repetition

While performing and listening to gradual musical processes one can participate in a particular liberating and impersonal kind of ritual. Focusing in on the musical process makes possible that shift of attention away from he and she and you and me outwards towards it. { Steve Reich }

Read Music as a Gradual Process (pdf) by Steve Reich


Repetition changes nothing in the object repeated, but does change something in the mind which contemplates it. { Hume, via Deleuze }

I’ve been trying to avoid goal-oriented behavior. {Laurie Anderson}

I keep my works very reduced, abstract and raw. That way they function more like a code behind things, rather than just creating one connection to one thing. In this way, the works can activate the visitors and allow them to make their own connections, associations and discoveries on different, individual levels. { Zimoun }

There is no such thing as repetition. Only insistance. { Gertrude Stein }