Artists Mark Amerika and Chad Mossholder‘s Micro-Cinematic Essays on the Life and Work of Marcel Duchamp dba Conceptual Parts, Ink will be premiered soon as an installation at The Centre for Creative Arts in La Trobe. Described as “a collaborative ‘conceptual art’ album featuring the writing and vocals of Mark Amerika and the sound design of electronic music composer Chad Mossholder,” about 90% of the sounds were crafted in Kyma. The work is divided into nineteen tracks, each focusing on the work, language, notes, and influence of Marcel Duchamp on contemporary forms of remix practice. An exploration of glitch, microtonality, and the spectral analysis of recorded voices over time, Mossholder and Amerika challenge us to rethink the interrelationship between critical writing and critical listening. This work was made possible thanks to a visiting artist residency for both artists at the Centre for Creative Arts at La Trobe University in Melbourne, Australia.