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Syndemic Sublime: Rematerializing the Expanded Biotechnological Apparatus in the Age of Remote Intimacy and Immediate Precarity
essay and artist talk written for "Possibles", the Proceedings of the International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA)
research collaboration and work in progress for NEW INC Artist Residency at EY exploring extended reality technologies (XR/VR/AR)
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
Syndemic Sublime in "Second Sundays" at Pioneer Works
installation with animations & networked sculpture exploring interconnected systems in the biotechnological landscape
Entangled Entities at The New Gallery
installation with sensory experiences exploring interspecies entanglement through networked devices and tactile sculpture
animations created with screen recordings of software performances using molecular visualization software
fan networked to wind data at vivarium that houses animals who produce biological products for human drugs
networked laboratory mixers containing llama feces activated by Twitter activity relating to the contested status of science
entryway with hand-spun laboratory llama fiber and text excerpt using immigration metaphor to explain biology
Embodied Objects at Occurrence
installation with digitally fabricated weavings, prints, and sculptures exploring the rematerialization of bodily experience
Squint in "Code as Form" at Thoma Foundation
selected work from Thoma Foundation digital art collection with Laura Splan, Beryl Korot, Vera Molnar, Steina Vasulka
computerized Jacquard weavings with data-driven patterns created with EMG recordings of bodily movement
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
Manifest: The Role of Science in the Studio
essay on research-based studio practice at the intersections of art and science for "Art Practical: Art, Science & Wonder"
participatory sculpture with computer generated animation and text
Collaborations with the Sun
drawing performance with solar-powered instruments using charcoal from previous night's campfire at ReCreate Residency
Tongue Depressors & Cotton Swabs
hand-crafted speculative sculptures with accompanying performance video
participatory sound sculpture with 25-foot long stethoscope
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