Microsound can get loud. There’s a very interesting process when interleaving tiny fragments of sound in specific rhythmic structures which despite of giving a sense of randomness, can also give a very strong sense of accuracy in which mathematics can be listened and listening becomes mathematics. Ryoji Ikeda and Carsten Nicolai know that as very few does, and the way they link science both sonically and visually, permits a fascinating and detailed exploration of geometric phenomena and the wonders of the matrix that is in charge of defining the coordinates of reality. Id allows the meeting with sound in analytical, visual and scientific dimensions. It’s an exchange between the visible and the invisible, able to not only visually reveal the beauty of sound but also the opposite, merging both sides in meticulous process of structuring and composition, grain to grain, wave to wave, point to point, and line to line.