amacher, a sound artist who studied with cage and stockhausen, and who currently teaches at bard, has no (or negligible) interest in recordings. her work, which is primarily concerned with psycoacoustics, is too immersive for compact disc and is highly site specific (i.e. the teotihuacan pyramids.) live, her music is a an exercise in perception, confusion, euphoric rush, and deterritorialization.
this interview from '99 goes into amacher's interest in architecture, science-fiction (ballard & eshun!) and turning places into sound: