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Electroacoustic Works

  • Impetus Angularis live performance, in collaboration with Elaine Thomazi Freitas (video) (2012)
    • premiered; SinusTon 2012 Magdeburger Tage der elektroakustischen Musik, Magdeburg, Germany, Oct. 18, 2012
  • Dislocated (2009-2010)
    • released on full-length album; Dislocated, Johnathan F. Lee, Comatonse Recordings, 2010
  • Poursuite d'un corps urbain (2008) ambient soundscape
    • installed (extended version); Asia Network Beyond Design 2008, Sapporo, Aug. 20-27, 2008
    • premiered; Media Project Vol. 6, ZAIM, Yokohama, Jul. 6, 2008 (premiere),
  • Poursuite d’un mirage mécanique (2008)
    • performed (with video and lasers by Keiichi Tanaka); V for Venice, International Electronic and Media Arts Festival, Venice, Italy, Sept. 5-6, 2008
    • premiered (with video and lasers by Keiichi Tanaka); Media Project Vol. 5, ZAIM, Yokohama, Japan, Mar. 15, 2008
  • Concatenated Spheres Obscured (2007) commissioned soundscape for QUB Silver Collection Soundscapes, Queen’s University Belfast, Sonic Arts Research Centre and Naughton Gallery, Belfast, Northern Ireland
    • exhibited; Silver Sounds: A reinterpretation of Queen’s University Silver Collection, The Naughton Gallery at Queen’s, Belfast, Northern Ireland, Apr. 15, 2008 – Dec. 31, 2008
  • Praeludium Ex Caelum (2007)
    • performed; ICMC 2007, Copenhagen, Denmark, Aug. 30, 2007
  • CONSTRUCT_alpha (2002-2003)
  • onyx_rinse (2001) single, remix of Svengali by the Freight Elevator Quartet (Svengali released on full-length album, Becoming Transparent, The Freight Elevator Quartet, Caipirinha Records, 2000)
    • performed; SoundCheck, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY, Jan. 3, 2003
    • performed; Galapagos, Brooklyn, NY, Oct. 27, 2001
    • performed; CMJ Festival, Knitting Factory, New York, NY, Oct. 12, 2001
  • contingency_zero (2001)
  • downtime is becoming less of an option (1999) single co-produced and mixed in collaboration with Stephen Krieger and the Freight Elevator Quartet
    • released internationally on full-length album; Becoming Transparent, The Freight Elevator Quartet, Caipirinha Records, 2000
    • featured on soundtrack for short film, billy528, SeeThink Productions, 2001
    • performed; Tonic (with Elliot Sharp), New York, NY, Mar. 3, 2001
    • performed; Baby Jupiter, New York, NY, June 23, 2000
    • performed; Alterknit, Knitting Factory, New York City, USA, Aug. 27, 1999
  • vindication (1999) single co-produced and mixed in collaboration with Stephen Krieger, R. Luke DuBois and the Freight Elevator Quartet
    • released internationally on full-length album; Becoming Transparent, The Freight Elevator Quartet, Caipirinha Records, 2000
    • performed; Tonic (with Elliot Sharp), New York, NY, Mar. 3, 2001
    • performed; Baby Jupiter, New York, NY, June 23, 2000
  • duplicity (1999) single co-produced and mixed in collaboration with Stephen Krieger, R. Luke DuBois and the Freight Elevator Quartet
    • released internationally on full-length album; Becoming Transparent, The Freight Elevator Quartet, Caipirinha Records, 2000
  • exasperation (1999) single co-produced and mixed in collaboration with Stephen Krieger, R. Luke DuBois, Josh Druckman, and the Freight Elevator Quartet
    • released internationally on full-length album; Becoming Transparent, The Freight Elevator Quartet, Caipirinha Records, 2000
  • Semblance of Ritual II (1997-1998)
    • performed; Media Project ‘07-1, ZAIM, Yokohama, Japan, Mar. 25, 2007
    • performed; Zoobizarre, Bordeaux, France, Feb. 1, 2003
    • excerpt available on full-length album released by Columbia University: go.go.go: music from the computer music center, columbia university, 2000
    • premiered; International Computer Music Conference 1998, Power Center, Ann Arbor, MA, Oct. 6, 1998
  • Semblance of Ritual I (1997)
    • premiered; Columbia Composers’ Series, Miller Theatre, New York, NY, May 1997
    • featured on soundtrack for short documentary, Shangri-La Revisited: Perspectives on Non-Violence, Dill Cut Pictures, 1997
  • Uneasy Trances (1996)
    • premiered; Garden of Computer Musiks, Columbia University, New York, NY, Dec. 16, 1996
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