Homemade instruments, signal processing, and interactive electronics to create a closed-loop system for a human-insect encounter with rural space.
Tag: Otto Muller
Winter is an audiovisual performance that incorporates hand-drawn animations, icicles, flannel, interactive video and sound.
Interactive sound installation in response to the violent language of localism and the semiotics of foreignness and invasion.
Noise aesthetics provide a framework for hearing the rural as a contemporary, active margin instead of a bucolic imaginary.
The features of rural musics across cultures are a product of the geographic realities of rural space as well as shared cultural representations of the rural.
Composition for amplified firewood, guitar and homemade instruments of which concluded with cleaning up a mess via a shop vac.