Priddy describes this work as a poem about impermanence. Inside the packed clay dress are speakers emitting a low bass rumble by audio artist Kima Moore. The ensuing sound waves cause the ossified clay to slowly crumble, cascading dust to the floor below. In the entropy, ADSR sheds one form to imagine another over the course of its display. It was originally created as a tribute to electronic music pioneer Robert Moog (1934-2005), and danced to pieces by choreographer Janice Lancaster Larsen.