| dimensions: 4’ x 9’
exhibited at Connecticut College’s Cummings Art Gallery
as part of (Re)Generations Art and Technology Summit

ARTIFACT is motivated by the interrelated yet often obfuscated connections between textiles and electronics, communication technologies, and computation. The piece literally weaves fiber and electronics wires into a single textile. By bringing together these seemingly disparate materials, the work illuminates shared histories and materialities between these modalities and technical processes.

ARP2500 EMULATION | 2014

In 2014, I began emulating the ARP2500 in MaxMSP, giving consideration to the
machine’s history, the attempt at digital translation, and the machine’s novel interface. 

dual sequencer | 2014

dual sequencer, each with ten possible steps.
can either work of the same clock or independent clocks.
clocks have high and low speeds. 

blu | 2014

Hex Shmitt based synth with option for diode mixing, and built in distortion

matrix mixer | 2014

matrix mixer with buffers on the inputs 


MATRIXHARP is a prototype controller that rethinks modular interfaces. The interface utilizes stretch sensors to modulate parameters and capacitive sensors to make patch connections. Through this interface, patching and moving through the spectra of parameters becomes a tactile and embodied action, one less concerned with metrics. Patch connections are felt throughout the system through the physical tension of the stretch sensors being pulled and pushed. This interface also evades the “male” and “female” language of standard modular patching. 

RING | sculpture | 2013

Created while in residence at I-Park Foundation in East Haddam, CT. 



sound and text  | commissioned by Cafe ArtScience’s “ArtScience Converged” series

Cafe ArtScience commissioned a sound installation for the bathrooms of their restaurant. “Contingent Contortions” considers the intimate conversation between spaces and bodies – how spaces are designed for bodies, anticipating particular ideas of bodies, and ask bodies to bend. Original text was generated considering the question: how do bodies bend, respond and resist? The original text was then regenerated algorithmically as a means of thinking through this choreography, and how it can spur and obscure meaning. Audio of the text was played through speakers mounted below the sinks, and booklets of the text were made available for visitors to read.