In collaboration with Hunor Gyöngyösi. 2010-2012. 


"These chains of trills!" he yelled. "These flourishes and cadenzas! Do you hear the conventions that are left in? Here — the language — is no longer — purified of the flourishes — but the flourishes — of the appearance — of their subjective — domination — the appearance — of art is thrown off — at last — art always throws off the appearance of art. Dim-dada! (...) Now notice what happens here — " (In: Doctor Faustus. The Life of the German composer Adrian Leverkühn, told by a friend, Thomas Mann, 1947, p.30)