This audio work was created for the project "The Dream Had Me" for Earlid, Curated by Joan Schuman. It recontextualizes unearthed minidisc recordings I created between 1999 and 2007. A revised audio biography and sonic reverie.
Audio work created for Project Inferno, a celebration of the 700th Anniversary of Dante's Inferno presented at Cities & Memory. It explores the idea of gravity and as Dante and Virgil get close to Lucifer at the center of the planet, strange things begin to happen.
This was a pandemic activity in which I created soundtracks for the remarkable films of Jean Painlevé. When brain-activity is challenged, let the images suggest the sounds.
Multi-channel sound installation. Immersive sound and glass objects forge an unlikely connection between an absurd work of 16th century literature, the ancient pseudo-science of alchemy, and political hate speech.
4-channel live sound performance at Ground Floor Gallery. A collaboration with the artist Sandra Lapage and a conversation with her installation Warp & Weft.