Archive for the 'sound' Category

Soviet Shriner | Smarmy of One

Thursday, December 28th, 2006

1. At Least People Say So 2. KxR 3. Feel So Sad 4. Chimaera 5. Banklab 6. Don’t Dare 7. Kändisar ‘06 8. Hey, Um, Cowboy 9. You Like The Horse 10. Nutshell 11. You’re No Jimmy


Friday, April 9th, 2004

Originally produced in May 2003 for Spatial Intersections at the University of Iowa Museum of Art seminar version performed for Version>04 Invisible Networks based on the book ALLOY Listen to the sountrack Watch the Quicktime version Dully Servant (Soviet No-Gang Shriners) reads from the twisted linguistic cosmology of >KIND TRICKS as [tele-psychic puppet] action-script for […]

Preachcricket (2001-present)

Monday, November 11th, 2002

Preachcricket produces beatcentric electronic music for radios and parties. We took over the Monday night 10pm slot on Iowa City Free Radio from DJ Trainwreck and Rook Brut (both now in Chicago). That was spring 2001. In 2003 we came up with the name Preachcricket by rolling it randomly with the band name generator appendix […]


Tuesday, July 9th, 2002

Produced by Community Architexts Chicago/ Los Angeles Visit the Work-Shift website for more information. Read the script. based on audio and written interviews in the collection of the State Historical Society of Iowa library. The soundscape is a digital collage which is constructed of layers of archival machine sounds and workers’ voices, submerging and emerging […]

PRDF vs. Mercaba

Saturday, May 11th, 2002

This is a performance I did with The People’s Republic of Delicious Foods at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago. It took the form of a religious revival, complete with giant totem owl and various special art effects. View the Quicktime version. Warning: 8 mb

Future Perfect

Saturday, January 19th, 2002

A musical album dedicated to my favorite verb tense. mp3s coming soon.

Treatment for Damaged Audio and Video

Monday, January 8th, 2001

Scavenged snippets of damaged library A/V material reconstituted into an impressionistic video narrative about ‘helping.’ Displayed as single channel video as well as multiple monitor installation. Winner of the Juror’s Choice Award at the 2001 Film and Video Retrospective, Des Moines Art Center.

pale-glo, LLC (2000-2001)

Sunday, December 10th, 2000

Pale-Glo was an extremely short-lived corporation with high hopes. Our plan was to float our ideas (whatever they might be) in the mass media with the hopes of picking up a little publicity. It was going to be fun to use the corporate workflow and advertising structure to create a digital art project for school. […]