Overlapping gestures and monotonous repetitions that have marked my worktop are casted on a ‘Record’, retaining a portion of the scarred surface, while pointing out the relationship between rationality and chance. Likewise, sounds of the making, echoes of acts are recorded on a vinyl disk that captures the rhythm of repeat. Vinyl record is then transferred in cement, consolidating these interactions that acquire an aesthetic presence as time is imprinted on the object. Engraving of noise relates to the physicality of the marks and as the sound ridges interweave with the material’s fluidity, sound transfigures to a palpable sculptural form with physical existence. The final track records white noise. The music of inactivity and absence.