This clip is of a performance from graduate school at NYU in 2001, where I experiment with a custom-made electronic noise instrument I designed & built that can be played without touching it.
This one is a live demonstration of another interactive mixed media instrument I worked on while in graduate school. The project was a joint venture with Jimmy Chung while we were at ITP in 2002.
This performance / installation was during High Desert Test Sites IV in 2006, part of a sprawling series of art exhibitions curated by Andrea Zittel that takes place throughout the Mojave Desert.
When I moved to Bushwick in 2006, I started teaching some of the local kids how to set up, ride, & maintain skateboards. It wasn’t long before they were shredding on custom-designed decks.
I made this clip for the Brooklyn-based band OBITS. The video chronicles a bizarre experiment conducted with specimens fished out of the Newtown Creek in Greenpoint, one of the most polluted waterways in the nation.
This is a short clip that describes the retrospective art installation I did in March of 2012 at the Disclosed unLocation gallery in South Park, San Diego. The show featured a selection of hand-made & reconfigured electronic gadgets I’ve been traveling around with for the past decade. On display were a number of customized portable audio/visual devices called “Snuitcases”.
Remote Action Sequence Project was a 3-piece band from San Diego consisting of Jason Soares (bass), Rob Crow (guitar/vocals) & myself (drums/gocarts). We each had our own hand-made gocarts, complete with costumes, helmets, and advanced weaponry.
This clip was shot and edited by Topograph Media, taken from a Llama helicopter in September 2009 while shadowing a Eurocopter-145 on a hoist demonstration near Zermatt in the Swiss Alps. The soundtrack is a song called “intrastrings” from Aspects of Physics.
This DIY ensemble of chromatic characters recasts the classic struggle between good and evil into a chaotic choreography of additive and subtractive colors.