A tangible computer interface involving Duplo blocks and granular synthesis!
Play in a rock band using white balloons! Presented at KCPA's Ellnora Guitar Festival, 2011.
Concerts supporting my DMA work at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Controlling a supercomputer with a violin in real-time.
A project for solo saxophone and iPod, premiered at NASA, 2010.
2009 to present
An exploration in real-time animation and embodiment through musical instruments.
2006 - present
Combining computer generated virtual worlds with advanced synthesis techniques, the MusiVerse projects create performances in cyberspace, bringing together performers from across the internet in multi-media experiences and expressions.
Solo dance work with real-time improvisatory multi-media, co-created with Kimber Andrews, Choreographer and Dancer.
The Wii-mote becomes a virtual percussion instrument, every movement and gesture translated into rhythm. Multiple 'motes control multiple computers, each synchronized to a central time clock providing millisecond accuracy for the groove. Collaborative control of the time-clock enables a dynamic, driving performance every time.
Creating portraits through mixing video tracks, using the image of the viewer as the mask.