“I travel with a boom box. When I get on a plane, I stuff the power cord for the boom box into the battery compartment. From an outsider's point of view, it looks like I've got it all wrong.” - Mitch Hedberge
Two musicians navigate their way through mutable sonic trajectories as dictated via a computer. The materials used to construct these sonic trajectories are vaguely described improvisational language spaces. The intention is for tension to arise from the juxtaposition of asking a performer to improvise within a fluctuating compositional form that is out of their control.