Category Archives: notes on my films/video/sounds

Moving Text

Ana Villas Boas describes herself as an Urban sociologist and runner focused on studies about soundscapes and silence. Over at Keep Moving Flow she has written some wonderful lines on a few of my films/sounds and how it relates to her running practice. This perspective is really quite unique, but makes perfect sense. Look for more post on this topic soon, but for now take a trip to  São Paulo, Brasil and enjoy her words.

Upcoming Events: Screenings, Releases, Lectures

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Below are some exciting events coming up! There are actually a few others in development, but won’t post until things are official.

December 4-14 Baoying Window and Ships Passing on the Huangpu River will be part of Contemporary Experimental Films program 6 at the Festival Internacional del Nuevo Cine Latinamericano Havan, Cuba

12/11/14 Expanded Cinema Trio – Chris Lynn (projector, objects), Dan Barbiero (bass, objects) and Gary Rouzer (cello, clarinet, objects). More info TBA.Takoma Arts Center, Takoma Park, MD.

1/15-The Rain That Fell-New audio release on Impulsive Habitat.

1/26/15-10/13/15-Miniature Landscape Correspondence an audiovisual collaboration with Una Lee will be included in The Sensations of Tone exhibit curated by ALastair Noble at the Apexart Gallery in NYC-more on this in the upcoming months. Go Here

3/12/14-Visiting Artist Lecture series at Salisbury University More info soon

Also new audiovisual works from Lynlee

Stay Tuned!

Cover Art for upcoming release!

Radio sounds and clapping hands around Xuanwu Lake, early morning (Audio 33)

If you spend any time in Nanjing, China you will find the lakes are very active with people and sounds. Over the years, I have collected quite a number of recordings(audiovisual) from Xuanwu Lake and Mochou Lake.  This recording is from Xuanwu lake around 6:30 am after a morning run

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Bourgeon Article

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!