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Virtuality, Simulation, Metaverse
A Guided Sublimation (Movements)
vinyl edition produced in collaboration with KamranV of CyKiK layering Adam Lamson’s data sonifications with guitar by Frank Masciocchi and vocals by Jared Warren
A Guided Sublimation at Vanderbilt Museum Planetarium
immersive planetarium experience combining micro and macro worlds with animation and sound created in collaboration with theoretical biophysicist Adam Lamson
research collaboration and work in progress for NEW INC Artist Residency at EY exploring extended reality technologies (XR/VR/AR)
Sticky Settings Preview at UTS
private preview of immersive installation presenting animation and sound work in progress from "Sticky Settings" collaboration
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
Unraveling Together in "Unbounded Unleashed Unforgiving" on New Art City
video with AI transcription of remote textiles collaboration included in virtual exhibition reexamining cyberfeminism
Pandemic Panorama in "The Archive to Come" at Telematic Media Arts
animations included in exhibition reimagining the digital archive in the face of a global pandemic & social justice movement
fan networked to wind data at vivarium that houses animals who produce biological products for human drugs
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