Skin rubbed smooth

April 1, 2018

 Earlid’s liminal sounding: Skin rubbed smooth

What lies beneath, skin next to other skins, the outer interior of objects, excised stories. Stylus on wax, like a tattoo. Chisel and brush, pigment. An imagined layering of hides and rind and peel. Fifteen short works answer these many hollers in Earlid’s fourth annual Liminal Sounds. LISTEN

Featuring …

Adern X
Adriene Lilly
Annette le Fort
Blanc Sceol [Stephen Shiell + Hannah White]
Dorota Blaszczak
Ernestus Chald
Gabi Schaffner
Garrett Tiedemann
Jamie Fleet + Judith Williams
Joan Schuman
John Roach
La Cosa Preziosa
Stephen Bradley
Tanya Workman
Timo Kahlen
Victoria Estok







Earlid presents … Dance of Dream-led Masses

January 19, 2018

Grateful to Joan Schuman.





Signal Culture [TIR] Toolmaker in Residence – Owego, NY

September 29, 2017

Grateful to Signal Culture for the gift of time and support this October!

Signal Culture encourages creation of new work, building of community, and connection to history in the field of experimental media art by providing artists, researchers, and innovators with residencies, resources, and exhibition opportunities. The Signal Culture Toolmaker in Residence program offers time, space, and toolmaker studio access for people making devices or software used in the production of experimental media art.

Bringing love to the Bookmill … Montague, MA

September 20, 2017

More info on the livestream so you can listen from afar and the full line up soon… but if you’re in Western Massachusetts please join us: Saturday Sept 23, 1-6pm.

WMTQ 92.3FM, is a very low power FM pop up radio station, and will broadcast live from the Montague Bookmill cupola. Radio you can barely hear at a station you probably can’t find!

Listen at 1pm for Brotherly Love, Where Art Thou?… and then keep listening because who knows what will happen!


MEGAPOLIS Audio Art Festival – Philadelphia, PA

August 20, 2017

Mark your calendars!

Come to  explore the schedule for the 5th MEGAPOLIS Audio Festival, 16-17 September, smack dab in the middle of the annual 3-week Fringe Festival in PHILADELPHIA, PA. Excited to be a part of this.

Get tickets and passes on MEGAPOLIS site or on the Fringe site






Join me as I go in search of brotherly love … Brotherly Love, Where Art Thou? An experimental roving narrow-cast!

Date: Sept.17th

Time: 4:00 PM

Length: 45min …

Location: PhillyCam community room (699 Ranstead St) and then to Washington Sq park.

All Together Now … a micro-radio event + film screening on 6/24 – Roosevelt, NJ

June 20, 2017



Tending Space Fellowship in the Tusas Mtns, New Mexico

May 5, 2017

Many thanks to Hemera Foundation and Vallecitos Mountain Retreat Center for an upcoming Tending Space Fellowship. I’ve been looking forward to spending time in wilderness of the Tusas Mountains. Tending Space Fellowships support contemplative practice and offer support for full-time artists to attend meditation retreats throughout the U.S.

micro broadcast experimentation at PC4 Yonkers, NY

May 1, 2017

Conducting a micro-broadcast experiment at PC4 (16 Warburton Avenue, Yonkers) Saturday, May 6 from 12 – 4 pm during Yonkers Arts Weekend. Drop by, say hello, and tune in!


And It’s One, Two, Three …

November 23, 2016

what are we fighting for …

Flags have a haunting quality … post election especially.

Steve Lambert and I decided we would put up some earth flags as a reminder of what’s at stake and a tribute to what’s important.

We received some encouraging honks.

Our hope is that little gestures like this will encourage others to figure out ways consistently to do what you can — no matter the scale — to make the world a better place.


Performance at A Night of Alchemy, NYC

November 18, 2016

A little magic, a little comedy, our kind of alchemy.

A side project for A Night of Alchemy, A Blade of Grass’ 2016 fundraiser event. A group effort Scott Vermeire, helped with the writing, Steve Lambert was the MC /Magician connecting with the crowd over post election jokes and sleights of hand and my role was as the multi faceted: beekeeper, cat burglar, and tech savvy sequined magician’s assistant.



ART WASH: New Rochelle, NY

September 22, 2016

During the final Open Studios (September 24th) My performance will focus on the washing of hands and possibly a few surfaces too. More info on the open studios here


Contested Space …

August 26, 2016











Screening & Surveillance

On view: 8/27 (5-8pm); 9/10 (12-4pm); 9/24 (12-4pm)

By entering the lobby at 5 Anderson St. in New Rochelle, NY you will be part of the next video project made from security footage.Using ongoing surveillance in the lobby of this building expands on themes represented in See, Hear, No Evil. Is your attention pulled in multiple directions? This video starts with the idea that our attention is and has always been contested space. The alternative, deep listening, is indigenous but often overshadowed in our daily lives.

Upcoming: Artist Talk at SNC MFA Interdisciplinary Arts

July 28, 2016

August 2, 2016 5pm …



Ideally Yours?

July 22, 2016

Ideally Yours?

Ideally Yours? is an collaborative art project where I’m inviting residents to help create a clay map/diorama of the Central Business District (CBD). Together we’ll create a clay sculpture that represents the citizen’s observations, hopes, and ideals. Over the course of the summer we’ll re-imagine the downtown area of New Rochelle; if you’re curious come by!

Arts at Five Anderson


Seeing Wetiko

July 18, 2016

July starburst …

See, Hear, No Evil will be a part of this July starburst … a collection of works organized by /The Rules (/TR) is a global network of activists, organizers, designers, coders, researchers, writers and others dedicated to changing the rules that create inequality and poverty around the world.

About Seeing Wetiko


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Performance at Catch, Hudson Basilica

July 10, 2016

Images courtesy of Maria Baranova

Images courtesy of Maria Baranova











This was a performance I did with Steve Lambert for the CATCH series of performance events. Hard to sum up in words, but aside from being fun collaboration this experimental performance contained applicable metaphors within a musical comedy of errors. CATCH takes the Basilica Hudson was Presented by CATCH series curators Andrew Dinwiddie, Jeff Larson, and Caleb Hammons.