- cd player, amplifier, high-tone loud-speakers, notation sheets
- dimension variable
sound interrupted by silence of varying length emits acoustic signals into the space. this construct of auditory intersections creates an invisible second space within the architectural space: a space created by high-frequency raster dots that changes permanently in synch with the intervals of the pulsing sounds. also presented in this context are notation sheets that render series of numbers based on randomness. following the randomness of the sound impulses this notion is presented in a notation of lines and dots.