The drawings of Jorinde Voigt resemble complex musical scores for unheard rhythms, that many critics compare with the graphical notation systems develloped by composers like Stockhausen or Cage. Her works translate structures and patterns found in such diverse things like top-100-charts songs or kissing interaction into dense rhythmic textures with many layers of repetition and reflection. Underneath her mesmerizing net of mathematical likewise organic patterns lies a deep longing for order, which she confesses, can only be a projection, a dream for a day, that dissolves on closer contemplation. Read and see more here and here (german article).