Sunday, July 3, 2016

Saturday, April 23, 2016

He Said It. Monologue, a 1915 play by Gertrude Stein, was part of Hatch12 at Harbourfront Centre. Performed by Fran├žois Macdonald and Zachary Murphy. Set by Marcin Kedzior. Here's a little video of me talking about the project: it contains a few excerpts of the play. The amazing photos are, as usual, by Henry Chan.

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Alessandra Novaga's stunning new pink vinyl Movimenti Lunari just arrived in the mail! One side of it contains Alessandra's beautiful rendition of my photo score Untitled, January. The other side is dedicated to Sandro Mussida's In Memoria.

Friday, March 18, 2016

My video Film: Rope screened as part of Dancemakers' Dance Filmfest in Toronto

I performed a realization of my score Instruction for Carrying Objects with the inimitable Shannon Cochrane. The performance was part of Animate Entities: Objects in Performance at the University of Toronto (photos by Henry Chan)

Monday, February 1, 2016

My score Early Morning 3 was published as a loose insert in Performance Research 21:1 - On Sleep, edited by Ric Allsopp.

Saturday, January 30, 2016

I performed Two Seen, One Unseeing, a collaborative piece with Robert Luzar at Katzmann Contemporary in Toronto. The piece was part of Duration & Dialogue, curated by Natasha Bailey, Dario Del Degan, and Johannes Zits.

Saturday, November 14, 2015

A new video of mine will screen at the Echo Park Film Center in LA on November 19 as part of a program curated by the wonderful Leslie Supnet.

Here's something I wrote for the Experimental Music Yearbook about my longstanding obsession with G. Douglas Barrett's Two Voices (2008).

Wednesday, October 28, 2015

On October 27 I performed a set at Artists Space in NYC as part of a concert organized by Issue Project Room to celebrate the 2015 issue of The Experimental Music Yearbook. I was in great company: Paula Matthusen and Madison Brookshire, yay! (photos by Gillian Arndt) Here's a video of the set