Concrescence is a platform for creating and manipulating moving images outside of the traditional linear time-code. Images grow in spatialized mosaics, allowing for infinite recomposition while avoiding purely random associations. Each moving image is a discrete computational object, capable of interacting with any of the other audiovisual objects independently. Narrative associations can then be forced upon the objects, coaxing them into a coherent story without losing the profoundly non-linear associative logic. Concrescence was originally developed during a workshop at the National College of Art in Pakistan, where it was used to teach algorithmic principles and its effects on media.