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Microbiospheric Engineeering

Remapping the skin biome to populate a micro world. Proximal automata monitor the growth while drawing attention to the resource extraction of industrial machinery on our own planet.

Siggraph Asia, 2021


Abstand Halten
Exploration of personal space as sonified diffusion rotary music box
On Spatial Relations

Ars Electronica Festival, 2021

Imagined Devices and Protocols for Micro/Nano Material Manufacture

Machine-learning produced documents provide a machine's-eyed imagination of their own creation in text documents and imagined figures
Made in affiliation with the ENAS Fraunhofer Institute for display at Ars Electronica

Extensions of Self

Existence within a digital realm using virtual reality to present to participants a view of their immersed selves through each others eyes.
Transpositional Reality

Supported by the Rubys Arts Awards
Radiant Flux

light and surface manifolds
Reactive tessalation & light-casted recursions Read More

Phases in Architecture
To make apparent the architectural effects of environments through reflections on surrounding walls and the phasing and interference artifacts produced upon the projected frequencies.
Accoustics & Architecture
Universal Content

Galactic formations from the cracks in a screen reflect on shrinking interactions with the universe in existence beyond it's borders.

(Motion || Dissolution)

Only constant interaction gives form and connection. Momentary rest only dissolves the digital self.

Serve Yourself

Guests dine at a table mapped with geometric forms and manipulated video of themselves


Glowing rolling lines && scientific hardware Research Expansion


Inner structure of object manifold

Urban Fragmentation

Crystaline forms on urban detritus

Janet & Walter Sondheim Semifinalist Exhibition 2018; Baltimore, US

On Aging Structures


merging : diverging paths from two cities


Interactive installation
surveillance vs. privacy

flashing images of showering individuals, digitally destroyed
[TRT: 33:45]
Thought & Distraction

Who's Watching

an interactive immersive critique of surveillance society in which participants simultaneously undertake the rolls of viewer and viewed.
made possible through the Saul Zaentz Innovation Fund.
Participants in two spaces are surrounded by projections of those in the other while opening themselves to further data collection and biometric cataloguing. On Surveillance

Celestial I & II

Interactive pair exploring celestial bodies

GUISE at Maryland Art Place; Baltimore, US

Installation New Memphis

Vignettes of a dystopian future in a isolated city where a wealth based on electricity is centralized.

ZONES Arts Fair; Miami, US
Barbarella; Daegu, SK