Brent Javier - Plenum#1: Collective Nature

Brent Javier – Plenum #1: Collective Nature

Collective Nature is a multi-dimensional immersion of both sound and video, which seeks to explore the ideas of the interconnectedness & collective memories we externalize between humans and the world around us via nature, including our intrinsically strong relationship towards the inorganic matter, such as […]

Cordey Lopez - Brass Orchids

Cordey Lopez – Brass Orchids

Brass Orchids is a weeklong performance installation emphasizing the role of the body in electronic music. Performances were privately staged and recorded, then publicly displayed the following day. The installation culminated in a final public performance with audience documentation displayed in the days following. Cordey […]

Mike Leisz - hell.no.world

Mike Leisz – hell.no.world

hell.no.world is an interactive video feedback system comprised of a camera, projector, lightbulb, and image processing software written by the artist. The system invites users to influence its output by exploring, manipulating, and disrupting its inputs. Moving the lightbulb, flooding the space with external light, […]

Manuel Lima - Red Cube

Manuel Lima – Red Cube

Red Cube is a Clock running 24 hours for seven days. It changes on every five minutes. Manuel Lima is a composer-performer from Brazil, currently based in Los Angeles. Has been developing for the past three years a ‘live cinema’ performance – The Red Light […]

Ulrich Krieger- Warning

Warning is a multi-channel audio-visual installation that was presented in the WaveCave from December 2nd to December 14th, 2015. WARNING THIS WARNING PROTECTS THE WARNER NOT YOU Are warning labels copyrighted? Is pirating piracy-warnings illegal, a breach of copyright, or not? WARNING THIS WARNING MIGHT […]

Davy Sumner – Radial 56:14

Radial 56:14 is an installation that uses audio transducers to turn large wood and metal sculptures into suspended, vibrating speakers. The low sine tones that pulse through each board are individually guided into (and away from) the resonant frequencies of the wood. Metal rods protruding […]

Laura Steenberge – Beep

For many years, I have been making drawings and using them in performance lectures about linguistic, neuroscientific and historical topics that relate to language and music. With this new collection, Beep, I am for the first time sharing drawings outside the context of a performance. […]

Sofia Canales – Valo Series

This series of films was shot using 16mm film and an intervalometer set to extreme exposure times. Keeping the shutter open for as long as two minutes allowed for nuanced reflections and bouncing light to paint the film with ethereal compositions. Nearly all the images […]

Todd Lerew – cross-fade

In cross-fade, visitors are invited to proceed into the array and towards the back wall. The piece is concerned with longitudinal waves and spheres of radiation, but mostly, it is concerned with balloons and jingle bells. Todd Lerew is a Los Angeles-based artist and composer working with […]

Casey Anderson – Broadcast Gradient

Two different broadcast strategies “fade” across a grid of twenty-five radios, one a amithaba “prayer machine” sent through an FM transmitter, the other simply a mistuned classical music station (KUSC). These sources are arranged on opposite corners and slowly intermingle throughout the grid. Each radio […]

Neelamjit Dhillon – The Last Killing

This interactive sound and video installation highlights the vital role between engagement and understanding. The body acts as a decoding mechanism, enabling the comprehension and transmission of the narratives being presented. The work articulates the role of active participation as the first step in understanding the plights of […]