VOICE ARTISTS: We need even more vocal contributions to this, and this time TRY TO STAY IN TIME WITH THE ORIGINAL COMPUTER-GENERATED RECITATION.
Krrr made a great sketch taking a bunch of vocal contributions and editing them together, exploring what this text might sound like read by multiple vocal artists. It sounded great with multiple voices layered over each other, but invidividual voices don't quite sound right for this particular piece. So the challenge is to get lots of voices, but to also make sure the WORDS ARE INTELLIGIBLE, so we need to be as precise as we can, staying in time with each other.
VIDEO ARTISTS: CameronSmith and Kavonne have done great early versions of a video for this. Watch those. And let's find more footage along the lines of what they've got going. Whether you actually cut video or not, you can really help with this. MAKE AN ALBUM, go through the site, find appropriate video clips. It'll be even more helpful if you write in your album's description which clips you think might go well with which part of the text, even specifying times in the videos, like for example, "This clip from 3:53 to 4:07 would go well with the part of the text that goes 'you have forgotten how to dream because we have removed it from your language.'"