A finite social network where you get 100 posts—for life.
Examines the engagement romance behind social media notifications.
A supercut that reimagines Mark Zuckerberg through one of his least favorite words.
An interactive installation that tests our inclinations toward subtraction.
A generator of unique digital objects that can only be viewed once.
An automated confusion system for TikTok.
An endless stream of doom, without all the specifics.
A supercut that examines what Mark Zuckerberg focuses on by extracting a few words he says regularly.
Facebook without the content, hiding all images, text, video, and audio on the site. Will this make Facebook “safe?”
Hides all the metrics on Twitter. Like, retweet, and follower counts all disappear.
Obfuscates your feelings on Facebook by randomly choosing reactions for you when you click "Like."
Hides all the metrics on Instagram. Like, views, and follower counts all disappear.
Removes images from Facebook, leaving only text. See how hiding images changes your experience of the site.
Uses contemporary film and TV to examine how the designs of software are driving our physical movements and actions.
An experiment to find the barest amount of information required to activate the "desire for more."
Sound/video installation for generative text and speech synthesis
Audio manipulation to evade Content ID. What does it sound like at the edges of computational listening?
Presents a website’s best attempt to see the world from its visitors’ viewpoints
Generative text and sound on the theme "Synthetic Selves," an invited work for the Amsterdam-based experimental magazine NXS
A metricated musical environment for saxophones, AI, live electronics, and participatory audience.
Fill your emails with "scary" words in order to disrupt NSA Internet surveillance.
Shows what a computational system sees when it watches the same films that we do.
How is an interface that foregrounds our friend count changing our conceptions of friendship? Remove the numbers and find out.
How is our shift into online social spaces changing protocols of looking? What happens when we can look all we want without notice?
An artificially intelligent machine that considers what it hears as it paints its own body of work.
Artificially inflates your Facebook notification numbers when they are really zero. What do these icons want?
Two autonomous computational systems with their own behaviors and vision watch each other: how does the viewer change these interactions?
An automated query machine that depersonalizes my web activity by hiding my interests within a sea of random noise.
This work explores issues of speed, editing, and sound in today's reality TV programming. Is 'reality' media altering non-mediated reality?
Can you not click "like"—even when faced with a count of those who failed before you?
Pixels, the fundamental unit of digital images, are all the same size and shape. What happens if you change that?
If you don't speak does anyone see you? What happens if we can see conversation dynamics—will it change the conversation?
Looks at the relationships between communications technology, management, money, and work.
Original digital sound synthesis software and the compositions for tape and tape/instrument that use it.
Computer music compositions created using existing recordings as source material, and simple cut/paste and mix operations.
Music compositions for solo instruments and small to medium chamber ensembles.
What does it sound like when the trumpet is played lower than the trombone? Works I've written and performed for low trumpet.