I contributed two tracks to the excellent new series Inspired by Flickr for the British Library . A special thanks to Cheryl Tipp!
Go here to listen.
This looks like it is going to be a wonderful place to visit for sounds and images.
If you are interested in submitting , this is what they are looking for:
“Whether you’re a musician, artist or designer, we’d like to invite you to bring these images to life by creating a short sound piece inspired by this amazing collection. Whether you’re interested in creating a sound portrait of an exotic landscape or fancy tackling something a little more abstract, we’d love to hear what you come up with” – See more at: http://britishlibrary.typepad.co.uk/sound-and-vision/2014/03/inspired-by-flickr.html#sthash.oa5CFrLU.dpuf
Below are the two images I chose.
Go have a listen!
Black Canary will be screened at the 9th Annual Heritage Film Festival in Bowie, Md on 4/17/14. This audiovisual poem is a collaboration between Una Lee, Peter Wullen and myself. This festival was created and is curated by the wonderful O.F Makarah.
Details are here
See it on the big screen!
I was really happy to contribute to the latest edition of Bourgeon. Bourgeon is an Arts magazine that documents the D.C art scene and its artists. Here is their mission statement:
“Bourgeon’s mission, through our online publication and community initiatives, is twofold: to increase participation in the arts and to improve access to the arts. Bourgeon serves as a bridge-builder between contemporary artists and audiences.”
I document my working methods and speak specifically on the film Baoying Window
Go here to read the article.
Thanks to the Editors!