The Kardionic print exhibition is being remounted at Toronto Image Works Gallery from July 3, 2013 to August 29, 2013. The reception will take place on July 18 from 6 to 8pm and there will be a concert evening on July 26. More details to follow.
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On Saturday March 30 I'll be djing house, techno and electro at Fountain, 1261 Dundas West, Toronto from 10pm to 2am.
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My first solo exhibition has concluded. There were twenty new digital prints derived from my AV performance works, Kardionic and Operations. There were also performances of both pieces, Operations being a world premiere.
Thank you everyone who came out and made the show a success!
Operations (2011-13) is a computer generated audiovisual solo performance piece and print series, created on the Max/MSP/Jitter multimedia platform.
Operations is featured in Cycling 74's Projects section.
Excerpts from live performance:
In August 2011 I travelled to Montreal with my bandmates Matt and Rob to perform Kardionic at the inaugural Understanding Visual Music Conference at Concordia University. Here is a record of our travels, with photography by me and Rob. Click on the question mark below to begin. You can use the arrow keys on your keyboard to negotiate the slideshow.
Kardionic (2010-13) is a hybrid media work exploring various scientific and cultural expressions of the human heart. Views into the work include a multi-player audiovisual performance; a series of large-format, high resolution c prints; a fixed video program; and a fixed audio program.
Kardionic is featured on Cycling '74's Made with Max series.
Recorded August 26, 2010 in Toronto. Music by this instrument using Orion. Visuals by me using Max/MSP/Jitter.
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