Geiger Counters detect radioactive decay that comes in the form of x-rays, alpha particles and fast-moving electrons or positrons (beta emission). When charged particles enter the tube of the Geiger counter probe a small charge is created and in these works, sends a unique signal to a computer, which responds by generating the speed, color, placement, and transitions in the three projections. Unlike work that uses random number sequences, which are not 100% random, these works harnesses uranium’s decay to create “perfect randomness”. The time between ticks of the Geiger counter is to listen to the wholly unknown that makes up the fabric of the universe. To listen to the ticks is to listen to the universe unwinding. The computer translates that sublime unpredictability into another sublime of information by taking the truly random intervals and making them true random numbers.