Locks is a performance-based system that utilizes specialized audio transducers combined with signal processors and custom software for the restructuring of temporal, spatial, and spectral elements within audio recordings. These audio recordings are both short term (within the timeframe of the performance, of seconds and minutes) and long term (gathered outside the performance context, in the field, spanning hours, days, months). Locks centers on instrumental bricolage and indeterminate latency. The performer organizes found objects in, around, and between numerous, resonant metal vessels; and approaches this construction in a percussive manner using a variety of actuators. Objects include DC motors, rubber bands, spring clips, sticks, brushes, strings, metal washers, clothespins, and more. Several audio transducers, each routed through a different signal-processing network, pick up the sonic actions. The performer acts by situating musical gestures in the future, unable to precisely know in the present moment how the signals will be altered by the audio network. This work was included in the exhibition Unsold Art at Factory 593 (2013 Seoul, South Korea) and performed in New England club venues.