Karlo Margetić: Lightbox (2012) exc.

Rachel Clement: shifting states (2003)

i. sabbia (sand) – exc. ii. filigrana (filigree) – exc. iii. bullicante (with bubbles) – exc. iv. millefiori (thousand flowers) – exc. v. sommerso (submerged) – exc

Alex Taylor: burlesques mécaniques (2012)

i. prologue – exc.

ii. [d]rag

iii. interlude

iv. a spanner – exc.

v. tumbledry – exc.

vi. gas/sisyphus – exc.

vii. tic – exc.

viii. anglegrinder – exc.

x. chain – exc.

x. scaffold – exc.

Gao Ping: Su Xie Si Ti / Four Sketches (2009) 

i. Xiao (Boisterous) – exc.

ii. Cuo Diao (Split Melody) – exc.

iii. Dui Wei (Counterpoint) – exc.

iv. Shuo (Shining) – exc.

Samuel Holloway: stapes (2005) exc.

Chris Gendall: Intaglio (2006)

i. 2:45 – exc.

ii. 2:30 – exc.

iii. 2:21 – exc.

Claire Cowan: subtle dances (2013) 

i. subtle dances – exc.

ii. be slow and lie low – exc.

iii. nerve lines

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