Third Octave; a study of eighths with mathematical biology and speculative realist texts as shims. Carving as a redistribution of consciousness.
Third Octave. Two pianos camouflaged as one by carved tentacles. The eight-note octave and eight-armed mollusk held in position by a mathematical biology and a speculative realist text - equally important for their content, their covers, and their thicknesses. Carving as a redistribution of consciousness. (D'Arcy Wentworth Thompson - On Growth and Form, Graham Harman - The Quadruple Object)