The Possibility Wave

It’s been a long time coming (1 year and 10 months to be exact) but I now finally have a fabricator on board for my Percent for Art commission! The sculpture–initially titled Sound-Wave-Sound but more recently renamed The Possibility Wave*–is going to be suspended from the ceiling in the 24 feet high lobby of PS335Q…

Creativity

I find the urge to write a tender impulse. Impossible to force, bribe or fake, it needs to want to happen. Without interest in polite obligation, the itch to write — like most creative cravings — is more likely to pay a visit when extended an open invitation and plenty of room to play. Providing…

Spaces of Interaction

Our first collaborate screening-performance of Human Diaspora: an animation I created in response to David Bindman’s musical composition with the same title. (3 photos below) Here performed by David’s ensemble (from left to right: Jen Baker, Matan Rubinstein, David Bindman, Wes Brown and Royal Hartigan) before students and staff in the Visual & Performing Art…

Images and Sound in Motion

Here are a couple of stills from an animation I’ve been working on for the past few months. I’ve teamed up on a joint project with my friend David Bindman, an accomplished saxophonist and composer. My part of the deal is to create a visual, time-based response to one of his musical compositions. This collaborative…

Instead of taxes…

I had every intention of preparing my taxes today but somehow it never happened. Instead I potted 16 tiny succulents. All of them were propagated from the leaves of a very leggy plant a friend got me from the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. Hoping these little guys will get enough sunlight in my kitchen window. Also…