ON RATTLING BREAKING—SCRAPING—RUBBING—BEATING—BUZZING—ON SUNG PIECES —ON LIGHT AND GLASS AND STEEL—A PEACOCK’S SCREAMS—CONCERT SOUND FRAGMENTS—ON LOVELY DISTORTIONS—WHOLE SENTENCES—ON NANCY AND RANCIÈRE—ON THE DRAMATIC SOPRANO—AND THE WHISPERING ONE—ON THE VIOLA SOLO—ON GLASS CHORDS AND APPARITIONS on the unfolding of the tone clusters of a disassembled museum vitrine as it encounters a soprano, a viola, spoken word, glass tones, its own bursting CUT is a concert-installation exploring intersections of displaying and perceiving, phoneme splinters and sound carpets, melodrama and silence. CUT is a cluster of incommensurability unfolding into visual, verbal and musical micro-processes with their discordant and interacting figurations. During the production process, new scores were created in the form of a visual-musical notation system, which the musicians use as a basis for improvisation. CUT is an interface. We investigate editing techniques going back to Cubism, Dadaism and Surrealism, and combine them with disturbances through reflective surfaces.