I had a lot of fun making a video jazz jam (featuring my dog, Yuki) after classes went online in spring 2020. I recorded using a webcam, a dynamic mic, and Logic Pro X and did all of the audio and video editing inside of Premiere Pro.Continue reading →
I enjoyed playing some pieces for guitar/electronics/video and talking about my work on the streaming series with James Talambas in May.
An example of combining multiple music pieces into RPG gameplay for my Scoring for Multimedia class at Stetson university.Continue reading →
I’m pleased to share that my article “Mimesis, Murakami and Multimedia Art: Parallel Worlds in Performance” has been published in volume 29 of Leonardo Music Journal (MIT Press).
The artistic techniques of mimesis—the representation of reality in art—make it possible to “render the unreal familiar or the real strangely unfamiliar.” The author, a composer and intermedia artist, uses mimetic techniques in acoustic composition, video art and field recording to reimagine everyday experience, as in his multimedia piece Landscape: Home. The author analyzes passages from the novel Sputnik Sweetheart by Haruki Murakami to understand Murakami’s use of “parallel worlds” and the “reality effect.” This literary analysis aims to highlight the potential of mimetic techniques for artistic practice in sound and image, particularly in the author’s Landscape series.
I’m very pleased to have been asked by Hervé Zénouda to contribute some thoughts to a new transdisciplinary arts journal in France called LINKs. You can read my essay from issue 3 of the journal online or download the .pdf below.
I’m happy to share the BBC3 recording of Kluster5 performing “nocturne series: 8” at the hcmf// 2018 (Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival).
Nocturne series: 8 has been chosen for Score Follower’s follow my score competition, resulting in a featured score-follower video on the incipitcify channel!
Instructions for a Home Invasion is an installation for text, video projections, speakers, and found objects created by Teresa Carmody, Madison Creech, Chaz Underriner and Terri Witek in 2018. The installation is a meditation on the space of the Booker House in response to poetic instructions—we bring objects, sound, and images from our own various houses into this temporarily shared unoccupied space, itself a portion of a much larger university-owned house. Continue reading →← Older posts Newer posts →