14982 small piano pieces dedicated to the past and future inhabitants of antarctica

111 years after Arnold Schönberg wrote 6 short piano pieces “as if in a creative frenzy” on February 19, 1911, our AI system produces 14982 pieces “as if in an artificial frenzy”. Each piece is given a name from the Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names database. Speaking all the names of Antarctica alone takes more than 7 hours. This shows us the true size of the yet so unknown continent, which represents a significant contribution to our climate and is threatened. All pieces will be premiered for 14 days and for 58 years as an memorial to our current efforts to stop global warming.