What I love about his work is how he takes objects and settings with which we are so familiar that we've tuned them out and turns them something surreal, allowing us to see them in a new light (no pun intended!).
I suppose a similar technique in music would be using a loop pedal during a live performance. It allows the performer to record a live sample and replay it throughout the performance, so that more layers can be added. Similar to Stubelick's photography technique, it allows a few seconds of music to receive prolonged exposure and in doing so allows that simple musical idea to develop and become something extraordinary over time.
This clip of Andrew Bird on Austin City Limits provides a great example at the very beginning. Listen as he layers the plucking on his violin and his whistling so that the sound becomes something new with each addition.