And more specifically with how nodes contribute to the understanding of space and movement. In physics, these chains are used as a model to study the behaviour of objects such as DNA, RNA or polymer macromolecules that often intermingle.
A set of copper trays vibrates under the action of infrasound frequencies, diffused by woofers. The frequency unpredictably triggers the movement of each string of beads deposited on a tray, producing spontaneous formations of nodes of varying complexity and their simultaneous dissolution. By bouncing, the chains hardly touch the copper trays, creating a flood of pulses that modulates under the steps of the listeners and according to the changes of perspective.