Category Archives: Work

Brooklyn, Toronto, St. John’s: Borders, Sensors and Stones

Ranjit sent me an email in November 2012 saying “Let’s do a project with stones and sensors that creates a drone that changes over time!” And so that is what we are doing. I was going to NF to see

Brooklyn, Toronto, St. John’s: Borders, Sensors and Stones

Ranjit sent me an email in November 2012 saying “Let’s do a project with stones and sensors that creates a drone that changes over time!” And so that is what we are doing. I was going to NF to see

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Stone/Drone 2014: Ideas and pictures

I’ll be doing a series of sound art/land installation projects with Ranjit Bhatnagar and other collaborators this year.  This is one of the structures that inspired this series for me. Photo and building credit Eric Landman. Akira dropped off some

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Stone/Drone 2014: Ideas and pictures

I’ll be doing a series of sound art/land installation projects with Ranjit Bhatnagar and other collaborators this year.  This is one of the structures that inspired this series for me. Photo and building credit Eric Landman. Akira dropped off some

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Mia Karas, Domokun and the Kissbots

My friend Mia Karas is a photographer.  She helped build the kissbots and she took photos of them and helped me promote the show on flickr.  Flickr sort of terrifies me, so this was great. She also loves electronic music,

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Mia Karas, Domokun and the Kissbots

My friend Mia Karas is a photographer.  She helped build the kissbots and she took photos of them and helped me promote the show on flickr.  Flickr sort of terrifies me, so this was great. She also loves electronic music,

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Wine, Women, and Getting Things Done: Building the Kissbots

This is a shout out to Allison Gorbould, Nadia Halim, Laura Cunningham, and Mia Karas for saving my ass and being fabulous, crafty human beings. To recap:  The electronics, the lips, and the body were hand made. I had the basic

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Wine, Women, and Getting Things Done: Building the Kissbots

This is a shout out to Allison Gorbould, Nadia Halim, Laura Cunningham, and Mia Karas for saving my ass and being fabulous, crafty human beings. To recap:  The electronics, the lips, and the body were hand made. I had the basic

Artificial Intelligence Summer School in Tuscany, and How to Make Something to Fall Over

In March I had sent in my application to Artificial Intelligence Summer School in Italy to work on multi-agent systems, language and construction grammar.  I won’t go into the technical details, but there are some resources here if you are

Artificial Intelligence Summer School in Tuscany, and How to Make Something to Fall Over

In March I had sent in my application to Artificial Intelligence Summer School in Italy to work on multi-agent systems, language and construction grammar.  I won’t go into the technical details, but there are some resources here if you are

Dots of shade in Villa Pamphili Park, and Recording the Sound of the Wind on a Kite String

Today I went to the park to fly my kite, read and walk around. Shade was the great attractor. Pamphili is known as the largest park in the city, and gets the most recreational use. That being said, I ran

Dots of shade in Villa Pamphili Park, and Recording the Sound of the Wind on a Kite String

Today I went to the park to fly my kite, read and walk around. Shade was the great attractor. Pamphili is known as the largest park in the city, and gets the most recreational use. That being said, I ran

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Sound Travels Intensive: Ken Gregory’s Kite Lab and Sound Art Boot Camp

Just before heading to Italy for robot camp, I attended a week-long series of talks, workshops and performances hosted by New Adventures in Sound Art (NAISA) and the Canadian Electroacoustic Community (CEC).  I sometimes volunteer for NAISA and my friend

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Sound Travels Intensive: Ken Gregory’s Kite Lab and Sound Art Boot Camp

Just before heading to Italy for robot camp, I attended a week-long series of talks, workshops and performances hosted by New Adventures in Sound Art (NAISA) and the Canadian Electroacoustic Community (CEC).  I sometimes volunteer for NAISA and my friend