electric, steel-string slide guitar (2 players) [30’]
commissioned for the RMIT University Sonic Arts Collection, 2015 for the ELISION Ensemble
From body schema to score: creating spatial grammars in contemporary electric guitar practice. Daryl Buckley. PhD Dissertation. RMIT University. Melbourne, Australia 
2/22/2018 - ELISION Ensemble. Brunswick Green. Melbourne, Australia.
10/24/2017 - ELISION Ensemble. Southwestern University. Georgetown, TX.
5/20/2017 - ELISION Ensemble. Paine Hall. Harvard University. Cambridge, MA.
9/21/2016 - ELISION Ensemble. RMIT Storey Hall. Melbourne, Australia.
subsidence plumbs a nearly featureless world of soft but charged noise to reveal its subterranean motion. At times static, at times turbulent, the movements and behaviors within this noise embody a geologic heaviness and hugeness. Named after the gradual caving in or sinking of an area of land, subsidence enacts a slow concentration of matter and energy which give way to a protracted, eventually cataclysmic implosion. Press into the earth - all your weight - a gradual subsidence.