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PERFORMANCES

This is the Brooklyn Philharmonic at the Brooklyn Museum.
I am next to the sound booth, in the back, with my laptop.
The projector is up in the light booth.
So that's my computer screen on stage.



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Five Things
(2001-2009)
Ritual for a
Non-Repeating Universe

(2002-2007)
Presidential Address
(2005)




Animal Magnetism
(2018, 2004, 2001, 2000)
with theater group Mabou Mines

* performed for the Wuzhen Theatre Festival(China)
* discussed in the book Behavioral Art
* discussed in paper published in Rupkatha Journal of the Humanities
* performed for the Malta Festival, under a circus tent (Poland)
* performed for Svet a Divadlo Festival, under a circus tent (the Czech Republic)
* discussed in book Svet a Divadlo [in Czech]
* performed at St. Ann's (Brooklyn)
* reviewed in several publications here and in Europe, including a rave in the New York Times

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The Reverse Color Organ
(2011, 2009)
with painter Ellen Hackl Fagan

* discussed in the book Behavioral Art
* featured in paper for Leonardo Almanac
* performed at the New Art Center in NY
* lecture presentation for LISA (Leaders in Software Art) and ICMC (the International Computer Music Conference)

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Five Things
(2009, 2002, 2001)
for composer Eve Beglarian

* discussed in the book Behavioral Art
* featured in paper for Leonardo Almanac
* performed with Sonic Generator (a subset of the Atlanta Philharmonic) in Atlanta
* performed with the Brooklyn Philharmonic at the Brooklyn Museum
* performed at Barrow Music School in NY
* performed at Glapagos Art Space in Brooklyn, NY

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Ritual for a Non-repeating Universe
(2007, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002)
for Philippa Kaye Company

* discussed in the book Behavioral Art
* discussed in paper published in Interartive.
* discussed in paper published in Rupkatha Journal of the Humanities
* performed at Location 1 in NY
* performed at Merce Cunningham in NY
* performed at Dixon University Settlement and WAX in NY
* A/V version featured at Cinematheque New Media Fest in Germany
* A/V version screened at Hipersonica in Brasil
* A/V version featured at Soundtoys website out of Germany
* A/V version screened at Not Still Art festival in NY
* performed at SWEAT/Debaun in Hoboken, NJ

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Dagger
(2006)
with choreographer Clarinda MacLow

* performed at WOW in NY

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Majlesi
(2005)

* performed with dance at the Field in Chelsea art district in NY (with support from a grant from the LMCC)
* featured in Rhizome Artbase online
* featured at The Music Room in London

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I Got Soul
(2005)

* performed for Tool at Tonic in NY

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Presidential Address
(2005)
with help from a grant from LMCC and residency with the Field

* performed in 23rd street Field gallery/dance space in Chelsea
* previewed at the Judson Church

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My Knowledge Will Die with Me
(2003)

* performed for garden series with La Petit Versailles in NY

This garden performance was abducted by aliens.

cello: Serena Jost
dancer: Clarinda MacLow
djenbe, dancer: Everett Bradly
guitar/vocals/monologues: [me!]

my role: actor, animation programmer, live musician, writer

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Y Nada Llega/Tastes Like... Ostrich
(2002)
under Doug Elkins

* performed at the Inside Out show in Florida

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Ecco Porco
(2002)
written/directed by Lee Breuer

* performed at PS122 in NY

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Crash, the Stupidest Cat in the World
(2002, 1999)
for Fellowship with Suite

* featured at Stuttgarter Filmwinter in Germany
* featured on infos2000 CD in Slovenia
* performed at Toranada in NY

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The Workings of the Human Brain
(2000)

* performed at Surf Reality in NY
* screened at Horscircuit for Roarartorio/Transmediale tour of Europe

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Let Them Eat ...
(2000)

* site specific performance in NY

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The Infernotion Age
(1999)

* performed at Toranada in NY

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Dr. Spankwell & Miss America
(1998)

* performed at Here in NY
* performed for Segue performance series in NY

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In the Jungle of Cities
(1991)
directed by Anne Bogart, written by Bertolt Brecht

* performed at the Public Theater in NY (This was the last play officially produced by Joe Papp before he died.)

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