twicescore is a two-person writing instrument for the creation of text-image poems using dual keyboards, physical controllers and projection. Participants generate independent texts that are projected into concentric circular forms as pre-sets. External controllers allow for the manipulation of the text as typographic design. Poems can be posted to a web site as an on-line publishing outlet and archive.

Inspired by the rota-poem of concrete poetry, in particular by Ferdinand Kriwet's poem zuverspaetceterandfigurinnennenswert ollos (1962), twicescore explores processes of interactivity, authorship and collaboration as an inquiry.