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︎UPCOMING

2022.07.01  Collaborative A/V Performance w/ Matthew Ryals


On Friday July 1, I will be performing video in collaboration with the live music of Matthew Ryals. The video and sound will be interactive via control voltage signals from Matthew’s modular synthesizer interacting with my modified video hardware. The show is at Littlefield in Gowanus, and celebrates album releases by both Matthew Ryals and Chloe Alexandra Thompson.

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︎PAST

2022.05.07  HEXAFLORALIA at Phase Space



Friday May 7 was our spring show at Phase Space! We hosted a delightful evening of multimedia art installations and audiovisual performances. We were really glad that the event was successful despite the sudden spell of bad weather that rolled past us that weekend. I did a live set with fellow Phase Space organizers Andrei and Irfan as NEW DELUSION, in which we performed acoustic instruments with live electronic processing, with visual oscillations on a modified Vectrex display. Cskonopka came down from Boston to play a powerful solo audiovisual set, and Insomniac Hotel played a beautiful ambient set with live visuals by ÉMU. We also had a video installation by Monica Panzarino, and a collaborative installation combining sound, glass, and light art by Valeria Divinorum and Camilla Padgitt-Coles. It was such an exciting confluence of creativity and community that I was honored to be a part of.


2022.03.05  Live video performance for Ambient Church



On Saturday, March 5, I performed live visuals for Ambient Church, featuring atmospheric music by Suzanne Ciani and Lori Scacco. The projection mapping was done by Eric Epstein, who created custom mattes of the space to allow us to activate the architecture with my morphing video feedback patterns and oscillations, mixed in with live video of Suzanne’s Buchla performance. The quadrophonic sound system further spatialized the audiovisual experience. It was certainly a memorable show!