it may exist for a few second or it may go on indefinitely (2011) is scored for flute, cello, and bowed metal. Each player performs a repeated single action resulting in a series of unstable held sounds. The title is taken from Robert Barry’s A work submitted to Projects Class, Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, Fall 1969. The piece is part of the series divisions that could be autonomous but that comprise the whole (2009- ) and was written for handwerk.