The pretext of writing this piece has its roots in the Bose-Einstein condensation process, which states that in a gas, each atom has it’s own energy and movement. When the gas is cooled down to absolute zero (-273 C) the atoms are slowed down, and their energies are decreasing, forming in a way a “single atom”, “super-atom”.
This is also what I have tried to describe in my music, a process that goes from expansion to compression, from a liquid state to a solid one. All of this done by using a single melodic and structural material through out the work in order to construct the different parts of it.
The piece can be viewed also as a time dilation and contraction of the same structure, which is often stretched out or compressed. There are appearing as well other new musical ideas through out the whole work, but they will always “melt down” into the big single structure.