nothing reveals itself without at the same time concealing something else (2011)

[soprano saxophone, electric guitar, indian harmonium, violin, double bass, bowed wood and metal (2 players) / at least 10’]

nothing reveals itself without at the same time concealing something else (2011) comprises a series of overlapping sounds at low volumes. The title is taken from Mel Bochner’s statement Seriality and Photography (1967). The piece is part of the series divisions that could be autonomous but that comprise the whole (2009- ) and was written for [rout].

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