Work In Progress: A tool for modeling embroidery stitching involving two patterns in circles overlapping at the center. This tool arose out of a physical embroidery practice using thread from my great grandmother.
Sol Lewitt Wall Drawings transcribed to the space of the web. These are based on a combination of the artist’s instructions for each wall work and their MASS MoCA retrospective realizations. They are not strictly realizations of his work but an exploration of the physical space of the browser window within the screen of the computer monitor.
A sound installation by myself and partner Nichole Speciale (C&N Projects) for the annual summer festival of Providence, RI, PVDFest, selected from their call for art. Official description of the project in Festival signage:
“Euphonia is an audio installation proposed for a secluded portion of Fulton Street which uses speakers and microphones embedded in a group of 3 colorful, stilted boxes of varying heights to create an aural portrait of visitors to downtown Providence. Visitors would be invited to speak into a microphone in the front of each sculpture for recording and processing by the audio equipment embedded inside the piece. Newly recorded sounds from each of the three sculptures would be prominently featured before slowly fading in volume until they reach the level of a mumble and join other contributions spoken into the installation before them. Through this process the sounds contributed by visitors would mingle to create an aural cloud of voices creating a forum in which participants interact with each other indirectly across the duration of the installation or together in playful experiment with the system. The resulting collection of sounds acts as an oral record of PVDFest 2019.”
A transcription of Yasunao Tone’s seminal glitch work Solo for Wounded CD by and for the Pure Data pitch follower, fiddle~. A machine performer matched with a machine listener which imitates human pitch perception mapped onto a musical notation system.