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OPENING SOON: A Guided Sublimation at Vanderbilt Planetarium
immersive planetarium experience combining micro and macro worlds with animation and sound created in collaboration with theoretical biophysicist Adam Lamson
Baroque Bodies (Ambient Portals)
3D animations with molecular models and AI-generated images, accompanied by sonifications of scientific visualizations
Baroque Bodies (Configurations)
animations, soundscapes, and prints created with computational simulation and AI images generated from scientific texts
Rhapsody for an Expanded Biotechnological Apparatus at the Tang
exhibition at Tang Museum with participatory haptic sound installation and rug made from laboratory animal fiber
Entangled Entities at The New Gallery
installation with sensory experiences exploring interspecies entanglement through networked devices and tactile sculpture
synchronous molecular animation triptych created with coronavirus, llama nanobody protein models
Unraveling at BioBAT Art Space
BioBAT, immersive installation exploring remote intimacy & hidden materialities during the pandemic
participatory textiles collaboration with recorded Zoom performances and hand-made weavings
remote sound collaborations with biotech workers and scientists rematerializing the coronavirus mRNA sequence
Lumen and Chaperone
participatory haptic sound and textiles sculpture with rug made from hand-spun laboratory animal fiber
Conformations at Esther Klein Gallery
multimedia installation exploring hidden systems and invisible labor in the expanded biotechnological landscape
motorized wind chime sound sculpture with laboratory animal fiber and orphaned keys
Material Expressions No. 1
biometric performance sculpture with motorized music box actuated by electromyography (EMG) data from bicep
biometric performance collaboration with heart rate data-driven sound by Hari Stojan and visuals by Iulia Miruna Radu
Material Expressions No. 2
biometric performance with motorized sculpture and sound actuated by heartbeat of knitter
videos that remix the scifi film “The Wasp Woman“ to explore notions of the mad scientist and unnatural transformation
graphite drawings and computer generated soundscape created from spam email subject headings
participatory sound sculpture with 25-foot long stethoscope
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