Seven Simple Pieces for Solenoids
A collection of pieces for three solenoids, three contact mics, and three pieces of sheet metal.
In These Descriptions
A Gertrude Stein text set against five speakers which exaggerates their natural inflection.
A work for a number of speakers and one microphone where distance is the sole parameter.
A 3D printed reduction of a Rothko painting.
A spatial performance for one human, six speakers, and three computer voices.
Sound House (everyone is working)
Creative technical work for an (in progress) task oriented sound installation.
An audio/visual duet between two humans.
Kill the Magic
A solo lecture performance that touches on the compositional merit of 'magic.'
An installation that pays homage to a dead car.
A duet between a meatbag and a machine.
A six solenoid shield for the Arduino Uno.
Val Verde at Night
A collection of late night field recordings of Val Verde, CA.
An LED shield (or nightlight) for the Arduino Uno.
A duet between a human and a mechatronic instrument.
A visual complement to two pianists.
A short piece for three groups of people that extends the moment of a greeting.
An audio/visual duet between a pianist and a electronic musician.
A live performance based on the audification of Mark Rothko paintings.
An installation that creates a spatial rendition of James Tenney's Crystal Cube.
A five channel additive synthesis piece in non-standard EDOs.
A solo piano work that combines just intoned sine waves against the natural harmonics of an equal tempered piano.