A 360 video exploring dimensionality through music. Made to be experienced through a VR headset.
//if you own a VR headset the compatible link is here//
Seren by Throwing Snow used with permission.
this 360 video can be viewed on your phone
2D “out of body” documentation of 3D experience
What is the difference between my psychic body and my physical one? How can I move past it?
Where does space end and time begin? How vague can this distinction become? Can it become nonexistent? Would that be unbecoming? We see in two dimensions, but move in three, What dimensions exist when our eyes are closed? When does our external world shape our thoughts? When do our thoughts shape our external world? Can this feedback loop be amplified? What could that accomplish?
wood, plexiglass, performance. 2018.
the cube book
Can I shed the semiotic filter? Will there ever be enough words to help me?
plexiglass and transparency paper. 2017.
Collaboration with Eric Ngo. 2017.
Eulogies written by my mother, closest friend, partner, and myself. Read before falling asleep.
When am I a human body?
When am I a vessel for capital?
Is it possible to be both?
A hand drawn comic exploring scales of organic and inorganic breath.
A conversation between Zoe Simpkins and I. Music by Phillip Green.
3D projection mapping, 2017.
"The map is not the territory, the word is not the thing it describes. Whenever the map is confused with the territory, a 'semantic disturbance' is set up in the organism. The disturbance continues until the limitation of the map is recognized" - Alfred Korzybski
A book exploring our mental maps of the past, present, and future, and an inquiry into what exists beyond them.
If the map is not the territory, then what really is the topography of our minds?
Looking inside and looking outside starts to feel unnervingly similar.
plexiglass, transparency, tyvek paper. 2016.
Graphs mapping responses to a poll on Mandela Effect memories.
The Mandela Effect is a phenomenon where one's memories do not align with recorded reality. Popular Mandela Effect memories include the death of Nelson Mandela, the spelling of Berenstein/Berenstain Bears, and whether there exists a portrait of VIII with a turkey leg.
Some believe that these inconsistencies are a result of the limitation of human memory paired with groupthink, while others suggest they are a result of the convergence of parallel dimensions.
i've been distracted
\\ Please watch full screen, with headphones on full volume \\
A reprogramming attempt. Created and installed for an exhibit at GloGauAIR, Berlin.
A map of Richmond, Virginia's music venues.
The letters A-Z were assigned the numbers 1-26. The names of 6 bands playing at 4 music venues were assigned these numbers accordingly. These numbers were added together to find angles.