Aphrosia is an audiovisual work comprised of an electroacoustic improvisation by Mem1, and is accompanied by abstracted imagery based on footage gathered from their newly adopted home of Rhode Island, the Ocean State. During their time here, they have spent countless hours exploring deserted beaches in the dead cold of winter and examining strange sea foam washing up on the shore. This score for this piece is inspired by these experiences, and employs a reactive video system created by Mark Cetilia for use in live performances that combines spectral analysis with real-time video processing. This system affords direct and intuitive control of the manipulation of prerecorded video in real time through musical gestures, such as changes in dynamics, pitch and timbral content. This piece is not only a means of coming to terms with their new surroundings, but an attempt to form a symbiotic relationship between sound and image, where each reinforces the other. The score is an exploration of the vastness of the sea and the palpable augur of wind-swept ocean waves; the video, in turn, breathes and churns in synchronicity with their sonic gestures, trapped forever in time.