City? pursues a search into visual music that explores the idea of including elements of live performance. An urban-like architecture constrains the movement of graphic elements just as the city constrains the movement of bodies. It is a constantly changing imaginary city, where graphic components are both audio-reactive and the driving force of sound actions. City? also explores the concept of occupying a stage—a proposition that looks to open up the realms of performance possibilities by shifting the notion of virtuosity towards that of technology.

[English translation: Tanina Drvar, ii-15]