The Audible Edge

I am pleased to announce my participation in The Audible Edge, a group exhibition that “explores intersections of architecture and sound, inside and outside the gallery space.”

The Audible Edge includes With Hidden Noise, a traveling exhibition of sound art projects, including works by Taylor Deupree, Jennie C. Jones, Pauline Oliveros, Andrea Parkins, Steve Peters, Steve Roden, Michael J. Schumacher, and Stephen Vitiello. With Hidden Noise is part of ICI’s Exhibitions in a Box series. Produced by Independent Curators International (ICI), New York, this exhibition is curated by Stephen Vitiello. The Audible Edge includes artists invited by the organizing team to participate in the exhibition, including J. Anthony Allen, Philip Blackburn, Mary Ellen Childs, Douglas Ewart, Douglas Geers, Beatrix*JAR, John Keston, Abinadi Meza, Ryan Wurst and Patrick Beseda.

The exhibition runs from May 27 to July 26, 2014 with an opening reception during Northern Spark on June 14. As well as exhibiting I will be performing my piece Vocalise Sintetica (performed recently at Echofluxx in Prague) during the opening reception. My exhibit is a new piece in my series Spectral Tablature called Synthetic Skyline in collaboration with designer Jasio Stefanski.

Duet No. 2 With The Singing Ringing Tree


This was the second take on day one of my Duets recording project with the Singing Ringing Tree (SRT), a wind activated musical panopticon in Northern England. The sculpture was designed by architects Tonkin Liu and completed in December 2006. I performed accompaniment for the SRT binaural recording simultaneously using a Novation Bass Station II connected to a USB battery. I also ran the Bass Station II through a Moog Minifooger Delay. Eventually I will be producing videos of these compositions. For now I wanted to try a quick mix to get an idea of how things will sound.

NOTE: This is a binaural recording combined with a monophonic synthesizer track. Although it sounds great through speakers, circumaural headphones must be used to experience the binaural effect.

Bass Station II Through the Minifooger Delay


I finally got my hands on a Minifooger Delay by Moog. I wanted something battery operated and more portable than the Memory Man for my performance at on May 7th, 2014 and an upcoming recording project in Northern England. Lucky for me it showed up at Foxtone Music just days before my flight to Prague. Thanks, Eric!

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