Reverse Scores Future Noise draws a dialogue between art and music through recursive practices prevalent in performance and production processes. The exhibition forms an extension to research that investigates how temporal structures in visual and sound-based art are influenced by the dynamic relations between recording, rehearsal and the studio. The cycles of repetition connected with musical performance and production that have been shaped by its commodification forms an entry point for this project. The research explores how the logic of these recursive mechanisms have been used to foreground process through artworks that counter a linear progressiveness toward definitive outcomes. For the practical research conducted throughout the project, the flatbed of the studio floor has been used repeatedly as a matrix to explore an expanded definition of recording and rehearsal processes. The concept for this final installation, B-Flat Major, employs video and sound to record the temporal and sonic dimension of paintings developed as iterations of unmarked scores.