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#1 Oblivion

Oblivion #1 is a 40" x 28" x 8" sounding structure made with plywood salvaged during the height of the pandemic.  Fitted with two inverted speakers and sound-absorbing materials inside, the structure mutes and muffles the dedicated composition, evoking the experience of standing in line outside of a club.

#2 Boswijck Carcass

Carcass is a sounding-structure with an embedded speaker and a dedicated composition. 

24" x 12" x 18"

Plexiglass

Plywood

Silicone

8" full range speaker x 30w amplifier

Found objects near English Kills creek and Old LIRR Evergreen station in Brooklyn.

#3 Mirro Speaker

I am a long time participant in the New York City dance community, and it was only inevitable that I tackle the speakers with a lighthearted ode to the culture.   

24" x 12" x 18"
Plexiglass
Plywood
Silicone
8" full range speaker x 30w amplifier
Found objects near English Kills creek and Old LIRR Evergreen station in Brooklyn.

#4 Handset Waterfall (in transition, will have pictures soon)

Commissioned by a restaurant in Brooklyn. Multiple office handsets are used as one single speaker for a private room music.

16 x black office handsets
Plexiglass
Silicone
30w amplifier
 

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#5 Sounding sculpture for A_A live @ Fridman Gallery

A hanging sound sculpture made out of found objects around the studio. The object is to be "played" and sounds to be sampled to be later granulated and manipulated live.

Found objects
Zucchini stuffing made out of black enamel fabric
Wood filling from a large 1940 DC motor
Burned objects.
 

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#6 Multimedia sculpture for Jimmy Akagawa's exhibition

A hanging multimedia sculpture with video, speakers, and motorized arm. This was a commissioned work for Jimmy's durational video exhibition that featured filming of the same NYC street corner over 20 years. 

Found objects
Steel bars
DC motor / motor drive
Speakers / MP3 player / amplifier
Portable projector / Broken glass with clear screening film
Burned guitar scraps
Plexiglass
 

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