In Piano Printing Press, the piano keys print out an image of a Mozart Sonata, played by the artist's father, so that the print becomes a score of both sound and action.

Exhibited during Pilot, Piano Printing Press is one of a series of works which mark the traces of objects deployed during ephemeral events: pieces in a game of chess, a spinning coin, matches burning.

Video, 8min.

Giles Drayton was born in 1975, studied at Falmouth School of Art and at the University of Wales Institute in Cardiff. He has exhibited drawings, sculpture and film in both group and solo shows.

His work is concerned with our understanding of chance and probability, and how we attempt to quantify and understand our world through science and mathematics.

He lives and works in London.