Sound samples were collected from the Japanese landscape during an art residency at Shiro Oni. The sound samples were sent back to (Saskatoon counterpart) in the U.S. to create an environmental soundscape reflecting place and time. The audience was invited to listen, reflect and write about gratitude in there own life.
This is a project that invited the audience to create a soundscape with several audio cassette tapes and several tape players. Each tape had a composition of sound that reflected a photograph in the museum. One or several tapes could be played together or separately. The audience became a sound environment designer or DJ.
Sound was collected from the room and processed through electronic tools to create a soundscape that reflects on memory and present moment.
This was an interactive performance piece inspired by Wabi Sabi, tea ceremonies, sound & sensory memory, and the ‘sounds’ of what we can’t ‘see’ or ‘hear’. We will explore the delicate and simple things in life. I will be inviting people to participate in 'Tagging'
Tagging is a work that asks the audience to go to a randomized point of Longitude and Latitude to go and find art. It is a practice of seeing and shifting perspective to help make a distinction in seeing vs. looking, alike to the distinction of hearing vs. listening.
SASKATOON is a music collaboration with Paul DeHaven & Jess Webb. Cello, guitar, synth and piano, found sounds.
Listen Sound Podiums/Field recordings
BMOCA, Boulder CO
In this collaboration many participants collected sound samples and the sounds were processed through MaxPSP to create unique sounds and an organic ever-changing composition.