Michael Clemow's "Shadow Puppet Sequencer" demonstrates an approach to narrative construction that is intimately coupled with sound design. The table provides a translucent surface upon which cutouts can be placed and moved, creating shadows that double as musical notes. The relationships between the shadow objects are thus spatial as well as musical. These relationships can be manipulated by moving the objects on the surface of the table. The narrative is propelled by changing the spatial–and thus musical–relationships of the objects over time.