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Meditations from the Bay Area, Washington, DC | September 18, 2014
Two of my films, Quantum Tunneling and Infinite Delay, and a collaborative project titled Ruminant, made in collaboration with Paul Clipson, are showing as part of Monroe St. Artswalk in Washington, DC. Curated by Laura Halsey Brown, presented by Sue Wrbican.
Monroe Street Artswalk
Future Tense, Los Angeles | September 21, 2014
Featuring my films Fight or Flight and Infinite Delay along with a collection of video and sonic works by six other artists, curated by Tom Leeser. 7:30PM at The Spielberg Theatre at the Egyptian.
Future Tense
YBCA In Community Tenderloin, San Francisco | Sept-Nov, 2014
Working with Julie Tolentino's community engagement project as a video artist to create a video installation featuring LYRIC Youth participants. Based on Tolentino's Raised By Wolves.
Julie Tolentino
Antimatter Film Festival, Victoria, BC | Oct 17, 2014
Quantum Tunneling screens at one of my top favorite experimental media arts festival.
San Francisco Cinematheque | November 2014
I am excited to be joining the Board of Directors for Cinematheque and working to support their incredible experimental film programs.
SF Cinematheque
GIASO at Htmlles Festival, Montreal | November 13, 2014
I'll be performing as part of the Great International Audio Streaming Orchestra which uses a bidirectional multiplex platform to perform and mix different audio sources via streaming. Over the time of the performance, streams are re-made ​​in the ‘local’ space using a system based on mixing multiple audio-streams through a spatial diffusion.
Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History | December 19, 2014 - April 19, 2015
Quantum Tunneling will be part of the Everybody’s Ocean, an exhibition investigating our shared relationship with the sea that gives form to our humanistic obsessions with the ocean and its many cultural narratives. Curated by Justin Hoover.
Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History
Virtual album release on FIBRR Records | 2014
My full-length album, Gradient Wake, is online and free! Collaborating musicians are Suki O'Kane, Giselle Eastman, Christopher Willits, Kent Jolly, Hilary Reed, Christopher Eickmann, Jordain Wallace and Jonathon Ganzmann. I hope you enjoy! Spread the word, share the music...
Gradient Wake/FIBRR Records
NightVisions no.3 | August 27, 2014
Fight or Flight screened in this evening of experimental sound + video at Grants Block in Providence, RI. Curated by Mark & Laura Cetilia.
ROOM: The Body Electroacoustic | July 31, 2014
I performed compositions from my recent album release Gradient Wake with Suki O'Kane on vibes and bass drum and Giselle Eastman on clarinet. Part of Pamela Z's ROOM Series in an evening that centers on electroacoustic music by additional composer/performers Donald Swearingen, Jon Leidecker and Pamela Z. 8PM at Royce Gallery, SF.
ROOM series
Gradient Wake
Soundwave opening of Water World | July 26, 2014
As part of the Soundwave Festival, I exhibited an interactive, audiovisual installation in collaboration with Mary Franck, As Machines Shine - a projection-mapped archipelago that is a meditation on our macro/micro humanities. Water World, an immersive multi-media exhibition, takes viewers on a journey through environments that posits ideas about our physical state of water and our deep consciousness that reflect our relationships with this vital natural resource. 7-10PM at Alter Space, SF.
Water World, Soundwave
As Machines Shine excerpt
SOMArts Night Light | July 19, 2014
My film Quantum Tunneling screened as part of this group show. Also, Mary Franck and I presented Carapace, a real-time audiovisual immersive performance about the growth, ossification, and dissolution of the self told through unfolding algorithmic form. 9-12PM at SOMArts, SF.
Quantum Tunneling excerpt
ix Symposium/Elektra/Mutek Festivals, Montreal | May 22 - June 1, 2014
Collaborative performances with Mary Franck at the Society of Arts and Technology in Montreal, Canada. We premiered an interactive piece titled Carapace at the Society for Arts and Technology's SATosphere which features 210 degree video projection and 39.4 surround audio.
Mary Franck
Society of Arts and Technology