An LP that asks you to become a listening machine, an essay on the universalization of tastes, a life shaped by Led Zeppelin’s “Black Dog.”
A message from an archivist.
In October of 2017 I was an artist/writer in residence at Para Site, the venerable and remarkable independent art institution in Hong Kong. While at Para Site I was thinking about conspiracy theories and how to take them seriously as symptoms of political exclusion and alienation—as well as sources of cohesion for those who participate in their narration […]
An interview with the Nordic online art magazine Kunstkritikk.
A project having to do with audiophile culture and the pursuit of realism in the reproduction of sound, published in Accessions, the online journal of Bard’s Center for Curatorial Studies.
I am currently at work on a book tentatively titled Arbitrary Units: Culture in the Age of Quantification, for which I recently received an Arts Writers Grant from Creative Capital | Andy Warhol Foundation. Arbitrary Units will examine the tools and objects that shape our world and, increasingly, shape the ways in which we create and understand art. Our […]
An audio work that narrates the experience of an expert listener determining what sound should sound like.