In Time Travel, the presence of sound-blocks functions in two ways: If they are examined externally, they have a static form due to their solid presence and use of high-volume sounds. If the sound blocks are examined internally, they are characterized by fluidity which is attributed to the rapid motion of the microelements that formulate them (e.g. 1:56 – 2:01). In addition, in Time Travel, the sound blocks are always superimposed over already existing soundworlds, but the presence of the already existing soundworlds becomes less obvious when the sound blocks are present, and at the same time this formulates a vertical concept of contrast between the presence of the sound block with its entirely different textural and gestural attributes, and the already existing soundworlds. This exists simultaneously with the concept of contrast which is perceived horizontally and sequentially through time. The vertical contrast concerns the differences in the textural and gestural properties of the sound blocks and the already existing soundworlds. The horizontal contrast concerns the way the appearance of the sound blocks is perceived by the listener through time.