In Instant Noodles the precision and timelessness of traditional Indonesian dance is used as a contrasting lament for our careless consumption and the permanent damage caused by our desire for immediate satisfaction.
2008, 8 min
A public-art installation that activates the “fourth wall” – the plane between the stage and the audience. Video imagery is constructed to fit the windows facing the diners at the Channel Café.
2007, 28 min
A multi-projection installation with sound. A low-income family in India tends a fire from before dawn through the preparation of their main meal – which is accidentally spilled into the fire.
2005, 173 min
A videosonic projection of first two bodies and then one asleep under sheets. The movement of the forms speak to the complexity of companionship, intimacy and loss.
2005, 4 min
Counter Crisis captures the human tendency to shirk responsibility and avoid the root-causes of problems until disaster requires heroic responses.
2004, 5:30 min
Using footage and sound elements captured from throughout Africa and South Asia, this piece creates a visceral experience of the repetitive actions that fill the lives of most of the world’s people.
2001, 5 min
A sound composition created from recordings of an ensemble asked to sigh uncertainly and to slap their hands with certainty.
2005, 4:50 min
xcape is a quadraphonic experience of the space between the known and the unknowable where we experience the worst and fail to act heroically.
2004, 5:30 min
Installation and Performance Art
An installation of exposed electronics which creates an interactive multi-channel sound experience broadcasting short-wave radio signals from around the world.
In Reunion I perform an act of destabilization with an 8′ tall stack of large wood blocks. The performance is directed by a sound composition inspired by my experiences of instability in families, institutions and societies.
2003, 18 min