Berlin-based composer Tatsuru Arai sees parallels between the development of music and natural science over the last century, and looks ahead to the next stages of both. As science leads us into a deeper understanding of ever more complex natural systems, so too the story of music over the last hundred years has been one of deepening complexities. Once avant-garde innovations such as twelve-tone and serial composition are now familiar, even clichéd, and Tatsuru’s work posits a new kind of complexity: the accelerating, far denser detail of what he calls hyperserial music. Re-Solarization’s hyperserial soundtrack, by turns judderingly challenging and swooningly sublime, seems to operate at a level beyond anything we’ve heard before; in accompanying visuals, algorithmically dense digital flowers bloom and blossom, twist and disintegrate in the dark.