Crouse's and Case's text meditates on the experience of watching projected images, heightening the spectator's awareness of what's happening around him or her so as to conjure a calming sense of presence, and Dumas's free-form music is comparably meditative. But while the images inspire fascination, they aren't exactly serene: LeMaster's selections include slow-motion footage of an explosion and time-lapse footage of a skyscraper's construction. (Also in the mix are extreme close-ups of popcorn erupting in oil and some extraordinary, kaleidoscopic images of frost seen under a microscope.) When I spoke to LeMaster yesterday, she said she was OK with that. Since she encouraged all of her collaborators to work intuitively, part of the fun of the project was not knowing what would result from her directives. The let-it-all-hang-out attitude should carry over to tomorrow's screening. As is the norm for Nightingale events, attendees are encouraged to BYOB.