Spun-Glass Garden (2017) is based on Don DeLillo's novel Zero K. Strange corridors and labyrinths of hallways and doorways permeate the novel and become part of its narrative structure. Spun-Glass Garden explores the idea of a corridor made of sound. In this hallway are doorways that open upon past and future moments in the piece becoming a labyrinth in time. In the novel, the main character chances upon a door that opens to a garden made of glass, that looks real until he realizes that nothing is moving and is fabricated. This "spun-glass garden" marks the end and climax of the piece.