"It is the perception of sound and thus accompanied perception of space and time which is the topic for Australian sound artist Tessa Elieff, and this combination of CD and DVD presents a good impression on how she is approaching this. Compositions made from sounds of Tibetan singing bowls or samples of singing birds only form the first level, followed by a second in which her sophisticated and diverse playback-recording-mix-procedure is suspended within the play of resonances in city-typical space constellations: E.G. within a six-storey stairwell or a waste water canal system, whose effects can be experienced on the 5.1-Surround DVD. The five concerned works including one live recording, often leave the entire sound experience with some documentary distance: You would just like to be at the locations yourself. However, a full compensation is given by the concluding quarter-hour audio/visual composition of recordings from the construction of a theatre lifting platform - an engaging symphony of heavy steel in cold light and geometrical dance."