Forms and colours dance in front of the inner eye.
The components are always the same, but are constantly reconnected. After clouding follows a sparkle and radiance, until again everything shifts and orders itself seemingly spontaneously. There is no dwelling in beauty – we are torn out of the contemplative moment, everything swirls around until another temporary order of fascinating shape is formed.
The word kaleidoscope comes from Greek and means »to see beautiful forms«. Specifically, the three words are: καλός kalós – beautiful, εἴδος eidos – form and σκοπεῖν skopéin – contemplate.
»Small tonal snippets of various designs, repeated several times by individual strings, form a picture, are shaken briefly and result in a new constellation with similar material.« (Süddeutsche Zeitung)