The presentation of this music takes place in an architectonical space designed specifically for this composition. The idea of this project is to make the closest connection between music and space. They are equally important in creating artistic meaning and form.

The designed space consists of several rooms; each room has a source of music and light. The movement of the listeners in the designed space defines the individual perception of the music and constitutes the final form.

These kinds of compositions create an unusual situation. Like in Cortazar's novel Rayuela the listener decides about the beginning and the end of the piece, about its length, and ways of perception. The listener creates his own version of the piece.

 
Aria (2007)
Unlimited duration
21 sound sources (63 loudspeakers) in an exhibition hall
First performance: Lodz, Poland, 11 - 21 October 2007, Museum of Art
Sound realised in the studio of Academy of Music in Lodz
Commission: Museum of Art, Lodz

The Underground River (1987)
Collaboration with Jan Muniak and Wieslaw Nowak - architects
For 7 tapes
Unlimited time
Tapes by the composer
First performance: 19th November 1987, Metz, Rencontres Internationales de Musique Contemporaine
Commission: Ministere de la Culture, Paris

Fête galante et pastorale (1974 - first version; 1984 - second version)

First version:
Spatial composition for 6 groups of instruments and 13 tapes
Unlimited time
Manuscript and tapes by the composer
First performance: 12th October 1974, Graz, Eggenberg Castle, Pro Arte Ensemble
Commission: Österreichischer Rundfunk, Graz

Second version:
Spatial composition for 13 group of instruments, 5 voices and 13 tapes
Unlimited time
Manuscript and tapes by the composer
First performance: 23rd September 1984, Strasbourg, Rohan Palace, Musica Festival

Automatophone (1974)
Spatial Composition for 15 music boxes and 15 plucked instruments with amplification
70'
Manuscript by the composer
First performance: 6th October 1974, Berlin, Neue National Galerie
Commission: Meta-Musik Festival, Berlin

Spatial Composition No. 2 (1970)
Collaboration with Teresa Kelm - architect
For 2 tapes
Unlimited time
Tapes by the composer
First performance: October 1970, Warsaw, Contemporary Gallery
Commission: Ministry of Culture and Art, Warsaw

Spatial Composition No. 1 (1968)
Collaboration with Teresa Kelm - architect and Henryk Morel - sculptor
For 6 tapes
Unlimited time
Tapes by the composer
First performance: September 1968, Warsaw, Contemporary Gallery
Commission: Ministry of Culture and Art, Warsaw

5X - Pokaz muzyczny w Galerii Foksal (1966)
Collaboration with Grzegorz Kowalski, Henryk Morel, Cezary Szubartowski
Unlimited time
First performance: 19 -23 September 1966, Warsaw, Foksal Gallery