I hate to even mention this since I imagine she’ll deny it and cuss me out, but to my surprise, I actually heard SaveMe Oh ask if “anyone would mind” before she started her now legendary video show. These “Escher Fish” were her opening opus, which were followed by a more restrained, durational drone by Pixel, as described in this blog earlier, and eventually climaxing in the enormous crescendo of SaveMe’s two-story-tall “duck” finale.
VB29 - Natatorium unfolded with symphonic-like drama and counterpoint. Here Pixel providing the adagio, while at other times SaveMe inserted dissonant fugue notes.
My own a priori visceration on Natatorium was more of an adagio, yet this is only one way to feel this work, and the beauty of an ad hoc community amalgamating is… a community amalgamating. By day’s end this work had indeed been a symphony of many movements performed on a wide range of instruments.