Originally presented as an installation, a vague sense of presence is a symbiosis between individual sounds and its encompassing aural field.
Each of the composers followed the path they desired, culminating in a work that reflects its particularities and likenesses. By linking all the parts, the paths converged into a single point, a center.
In the installation format, each composition is generative, as well as the transitions between themselves. Using a probabilistic system and the intrinsic compatibility of the unique elements of each composition, the complete work is composed.
As a collective, the parts make up the whole. The individuality, although present and symbolized by each one of the installation's speakers, is diluted. In the implied volume created by the structure, a space of communion and contemplation emerges, surrounded by sound.