Music For a Small Room This creation consists of several tracks, ranging in style and duration. It started with an experimentation with sounds, trying to see the possibilty of sounds carrying meaning while avoiding falling into traps of aesthetics or musical styles and forms. With this awareness, I worked on different themes like pleasure, or loosing hope, or ideas as being idle and waking up to life. Creating new sounds was a nessecity, and therefore I experimented a lot with noise, recording different noises and sounds from objects, machines, places, and musical instruments, then processing all of it together to create new sounds, and then weaving them the way one would orchestrate for instruments. I would like to think of the several tracks created for "Music for a Small Room" as a text rather than a musical creation. My attempt here was a conscious construction of meaning while using sounds instead of words.This was first performed in Studio Incident #1 organised by Hassan Khan, Sep 2005. Flow The idea with this track was to allow musical elements and motifs that were on my mind, at that moment, to flow directly with minimal conscious control. The process of creating Flow was a process of redefining my relationship to different modes of musical composition. Arhythmic and atonal musical lines were not censored and no structure was chosen before working. Once the process started, musical ideas were flowing and shaping a certain line that had its own logic, guiding me into the texture of this work. Flow was created as a short track, that later on was used as the source material for creating the original soundtrack for the dance performance "Mutable Transfer" for choreographer Dalia El Abd.