COLLABORATIVE, INTERACTIVE, and COMPUTER MEDIATED WORKS
Eclipse/Phase, Installation with Deborah Cornell, digitally printed mural, video projection, surround sound, shown at International Cultural Center, Krakow, at Laureate Exhibition of the Krakow Triennial, July/August 2018.
Wind Driven, chamber music and digital sound with video by Deborah Cornell commissioned by Boston Musica Viva,
Quiet Skies, with visual artists Barbara Putnam and Deborah Cornell, and biologist Nathaniel Wheelwright. Interactive large format print/fabric mural, 2-channel video projection, surround sound, shown at Kala Art Institute, Berkeley, California, 2014.
Surge in collaboration with Deborah Cornell. A computer-mediated art application for the Deep Vision Display System, Boston University Scientific Computing and Visualization Group. Presented at Boston CyberArts, 2007.
Crossing, sound for video artwork by Jawshing Arthur Liou (2009, Ruschman Gallery, Indianapolis)
The Sleep of Reason (2002) 12 minute repeating loop. For installation by Deborah Cornell
Acqua Alta (2006) 10 minute repeating loop. For installation by Deborah Cornell at Proyecto ACÉ, Buenos Aires
Euphony (2004) 17 minute repeating loop. For installations by Valgurđur Hauksdottir in Boston and Reykyavik
Tracer, interactive, distributed, virtual artwork. Computer installation at Boston University Scientific Computing and Visualization Group