We sound designed a piece that recently got a mention in the Paris Review! "Dissolution is a commentary on the powerlessness of art in contemporary society—its commodification for and by the rich, its political irrelevance. But the piece is also a kaleidoscope of topics from the news, a mix-and-match of contemporary idioms filtered through a trippy early video-game aesthetic. There are references to Epstein and cryptocurrency, as well as to the Orpheus myth and the Library of Alexandria. When it’s over, I wish I could watch it again. I’m not lying when I tell David (Levine) I loved it."