Written for the Orchestre National de Lorraine, and performed also by the Memphis Symphony Orchestra.
This work started as a recomposition of a previous work. It is remarkable how one same thing might look rather different depending on the moment of the day/night in which we look at it. Velocity, light, weight and texture can vary in appearance at a glance. This piece reflects a particular interest in achieving some sound structures that derive from a quasi cubist point of view. The use of space as such a flexible body that can be folded over – and presented through different lights- is the starting point for a work that gets also transformed by certain humorous points. There are two main critical moments in the piece, which function as arrivals for the opening of the previously created space. To me, they represent a very dear ideal of a collective feeling.