Stitches that are meant to tear

For amplified ensemble and objects

Written for and premiered by Meitar Ensemble
Jan. 4, 2020, TLV Museum, Israel
Conductor- Pierre-André Valade

Stitches that are meant to tear is a work dedicated to the indivisibility of time, to the
irreducible, always elusive, temporal flux.
Nevertheless, It is a work that actively attempts to untether the temporal lattice by revealing its stitches, in their most raw form.
The sonic creatures that inhabit this piece are not limited to the instrumental realm-
they are in constant flux, transitioning from instruments to objects, from acoustic to electronic sound, and from the gestural to the disembodied.