These are...complicated. Born of a desire to connect more deeply with both the performer and the audience, I am attempting to make a shared space for communication. Instead of asking the performer to carefully attend a private document of notation, these scores are for the audience as much as the performer. Built initially from vellum, ink, watercolor, and found objects, they are only fully realized when they are animated temporally, through fixed audio and video. The desire is for something immersive, an evolving audio-visual environment in which sound, expression, and interpretation co-exist. I used to bein my fully notated works using sketchbooks, drawings of sounds, and narrative theory - and it felt sincere. Now these works take that approach (and the vulnerability inherent in it) to create a shared narrative environment in which the exchange of sound/music/noise (hopefully) exists more equitably.