I love getting asked to do project such as these, far more interesting than simply writing a tune for a compilation. My approach to interpreting this image was literal and lateral. To me, this is a collection of related, collapsing and thrusting solid objects in free space. The shapes suggest chaotic movement, competing for space and attention; in form and texture they are akin yet seem to follow no discernible pattern or structure. The track therefore needed to be texturally homogenous, structurally unpredictable, and rhythmically jarring.
I sourced the sound design for the track (everything - drums, pads, bass sounds etc.) from transcoded raw images taken from the art piece. This is a technique I've used over the years which involves cutting up images in Photoshop, converting them to .raw image files, and converting these into audio. The results are often very noisy and spiky but give some interesting glitches and raw square wave sounds such as the example below:
There will be a limited edition 3x12" box set with printed artwork booklet available soon. Meanwhile, tracks can be purchased from Beatport.