Assistant Professor of Interdisciplinary Arts
As an artist I have deeply engaged with a number of fields in New York City over the last fifteen years including visual art, experimental theater, new media, sound art, writing, and music, often combining elements from all of these in my performance projects and gallery installations. The ongoing focus of my work is a critical investigation into our contemporary digital culture and the effects of technological systems on our minds, bodies, and voices. As a teacher, I hope to share my conviction that the visceral practice of art making and rigorous thinking through ideas are not opposites, but a continuous field of inspiration from which to draw.
montage theory, sound art, conceptual art, art and ethnography, voice in digital culture, algorithmic composition, the meaning of chance
Audiovisual Composition (Spring 2020)
Code + The Arts (Spring 2019)
Senior Seminar (Spring 2020)
Synthesizers and Synthesis
Views from the Border