I explore how sound and listening contribute to how we share space. For me, space can mean many kinds of tangible or intangible definitions, including geographical space, emotional, purpose-defined, virtual, visual, or aural.
In my concert music, I explore how aural space is created through minimal sounds and how this minimalism requests performers to interact.
In my performance work, I am interested in cause and effect, and how this relationship gains or loses meaning over time.
In my multimedia and installation work, I work with seemingly basic or unassuming materials, like cardboard, sine tones, and visual clichés, to better understand the relationship between banal and precious.
For me, this relationship relies on the illusion of depth within constructed, shared space. My general practice explores this illusion through confrontations of hierarchies, aural perspective, and slow evolutions through time.
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