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Still Image of Installation

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Still Image of Installation

Still image, but with the processed audio

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I’ll Send The Message Along The Wires

Think of this space as graph paper. It is neutral and cold so that it can clearly chart the buzzing lines of this sound/memory collision. This installation is a three dimensional audio collage made up of Stardust, Prom Songs and Heartbeats. The Stardust resonating against the cymbal and flowing from the center of the room is brewed from recordings of comets and winds circulating in our solar system. Solar System songs so strange that they can only be reproduced through a NASA telescope stylus. The Prom songs vibrating the musical wire are pulled down from the aether and channeled into Santo and Johnny’s timeless steel guitar recordings. Finally, the anticipatory heartbeats thumping in the hall are being squeezed out between the rattles of my own chest.

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It Is a Natural Black, Sprinkled With Cosmic Iridescence.

edited clip of a walk through

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I'd LIke To Teach The World To Sing

Portable Columbia GP-3 Plastic Turntable, Bobby McFerrin Record.

Monday morning after a holiday weekend, I sat downtown and quietly played Bobby McFerrin’s: “Don’t Worry Be Happy” for salarymen and women going to work in an effort to use Pop Music’s inherent hooks to subliminally alter these men and women’s day for the better.

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Tone Float (Black Sound mix)

video excerpt

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Tone Float (Black Sound mix)

The spark for this sound piece came from Mr. Ron Binks. His images of the Holocaust sites and memorials are arresting for what they show and challenging for what they don’t overtly say. So I (with the extraordinary help of my brother Dillon) set about creating a sound that would compliment and augment his images. It was my hope that what needs to be said about the Black Site images could be felt instead. The sound is monolithic and dynamic, the full extent of the piece is best revealed by walking around the space, stopping then listening.