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not meant to refer directly to the exhibition. It was more of a parallel project.

DD: What was there to see?

RL: Unfortunately, everything is poorly documented. In the gallery, you saw turntables with all kinds of LPs, even those we produced ourselves. I attached drill machines to the small rods that hold the LPs in place. I had an Atari computer then, and Cubase – an older sequencing programs – was running on it. Through an interface, the program controlled all of the drill machines, and I could regulate the speed at which they made the LPs revolve. Naturally the sound of the LPs was heard all throughout the space, and there was also a mild interference between the different turntables.