Recently performed/installed my crickets piece at Angel City Brewery as part of an art opening: In Your Face – How Artists Transformed LA’s Urban Landscape.
And thank you Casey Anderson for documenting three seconds of this on Vine.
Crickets is a derivative of a larger work, When On The Shore, which premiered in April 2011.
The Bathhouse, an animation by Jisoo Kim, has been selected to be a part of the Annecy International Animation Film Festival in France. Jisoo and I worked closely together to create the music and sound for this beautiful film. Congratulations, Jisoo!
I’m excited to announce that I’ll be releasing an album on khalija records this summer. The foundation of the audio material is generated by a dark energy synthesizer, and consists of odd arrangements of Bach chorales followed by long musical reflections incorporating voice and violin with the synthesizer. Album art will be created by graphic designer, Hayden Smith.
My latest track consciousousness was featured in Voight Kampff Magazine. The print edition will be available January 28 for $17.20.
Read the article here (includes a short q&a).
A clip from My /body (moves) was used in CalArts’ annual holiday greeting.
Credits: Hand-cut silhouette by three international students, all in their first year of CalArts’ Program in Character Animation: José Antonio Areán Álvarez (Mexico), Nishant Saldanha (India), and Jacob Winkler (Australia). The students learned the Victorian-era technique in Leo F. Hobaica, Jr.’s design and color class in the fall of 2012, and designed and produced this work especially for CalArts’ annual holiday card. Photography by Institute Photographer Scott Groller.