Wormholes: Canonically Flat was composed in 2005 and revised in 2011. The canonic form of the piece is conceptually modeled on a wormhole. In astro-physics, a wormhole is a shortcut through the time-space continuum – a way to quickly (or instantly) travel to another place or time. Scientists disagree on whether wormholes exist, whether they could be formed by two connected black holes, and whether anything could survive passing through them.  The piece is “flat” because there are “flattened” elements of stasis in the piece.

The revised version is included on the album Scrapbook/Landform Variations Book 1.

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