Erik Griswold's 'Altona Sketches'
(in fetching red) comprises "Bolts, screws, paper, rubber strips,
and bits of cardboard are wedged, laced, and screwed between the piano strings
to create layers of interlocking microtonal scales. These form a matrix of
possibilities that are explored, sounded and discovered in a series of
improvised musical moments. Cross rhythms. Imperfect memories" I think
they summed it up better than Fat Barry's "mice making music in a
church" & secondly (in vibrant purple), On Room 40