Reflective is a series of site-specific sound art installations in which I explore the aesthetic concept of imperfection through interactivity. Affecting the composition through sensors (kinect, ultrasonic sensors and/or piezo microphones) that measure the movements of the body, each visitor creates a unique version of a multi-channel acousmatic composition. Through this interactive process, Reflective offers an intimate-scale reflection on the relationship between decisions, actions and consequences. Each site-specific work is made unique by the sound source materials and hardwares that best accommodates each venue.
The Metropolitan Museum of Arts, The Met Breuer, New York, NY, March 2016 (Collaborative work with Vijay Iyer)
Johnson-Kulukundis Family Gallery, Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, January 2016 (Collaborative work with Vijay Iyer)
Bozarts Gallery, Water Valley, MS, April 2015
CheLA/conDiT, Buenos Aires, Argentina, August 2014
Le CouveNt, Auzits, France, July 2014
The instruction at the Metropolitan Museum of Arts, The Met Breuer, New York, NY, March 2016
conDiT, Buenos Aires, Argentina, August 2014 (8 channels mixed down to stereo)