The images show the "score" (just rectangles of varied size and shade for now) and parts (that would be displayed on four networked computers or screens). The parts are all rendered in duration=left-to-right and pitch=up-to-down orientation for the performers to read, as opposed to the score which shows each part in a different orientation, (left/right/up/down), allowing the audience to follow the interactions between the four "collision avoidant" lines aka tectonic plates.
after a short detour into euclidian (or maybe pythagorian) territory, back to the original collision detecting algorithm but now with added curves... The image on the left was made with four paths left/right/up/down writing at velocities in the proportions 5/7/11/13 to one another. The proportionally slower speeds (orange and blue) are (relatively) more stable as shown by their accumulation on the left side of the image.
One of the spin offs or consequences of scores like The Talking Board and The Last Years, is that they explore the middle ground between improvising and interpreting. The Last Years moved further in the direction of interpretation ie more fixity and semantic precision to the score. This work aims to move another step in this direction. The method for reading the score and realising the electronic processing will run on the same framework as "The Last Years".