Boris Bezemer’s music strikes a balance between structure and chance, calculation and randomness, plan and improvisation, the standing leg and the playing leg. He prefers basic ideas but to shape and process them with great care. The emphasis on working like this is that the (sonic) world is makeable. Of particular interest is how basic elements yield complex textures, for instance by using algorithms to develop an initial idea.
The composer aims to create new worlds filled with joy and beauty. Yet, there may be a sense of alienation; especially when unnatural aspects of the sounds are developed or when sine tones take the leading role.