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Ars Meta Omnisens was a live on-air happening at KZSU, kicking off the Day of Noise.

Over two hours, performers Trevor Morris and Brian B. James built two plywood and lumber monuments, cracked open and cleaned fresh Dungeness crab and rolled over 80 pieces of sushi. Baited crab-traps were arranged throughout the studio, and a side of bacon was cooked on a range oven. Audio was captured by handmade contact microphones attached to kitchen implements and tools.