Glotman has composed a sound work specifically for Farbvision, which is amplified using a shofar (a ram’s horn with ceremonial uses) and a series of earthenware pots. The resulting installation is a multichannel work which emerges from resonant bodies of different shapes and qualities. Each of the vessels held a material or spiritual content which has been replaced with sound.
Glotman is known for exploring the boundaries of sound art and electroacoustic composition, often touching on elements of minimal techno. Under the aliases of KETEV, Blessed Initiative, and his own name, Glotman has released a slew of releases on labels such as Subtext, Portals Editions, and Opal Tapes.