three breathing places2021
An accrual of daily meditations with an instrument I built that joins my breath with three other inputs: the current air quality in three cities. Audio signals are routed to three bone-conduction transducers attached to my skin. As I breathe, so do the transducers, vibrating my bones and inviting me to attune to scales that exceed and emplace me. Planetary change renders my skull conduit and resonator.
2019, ongoing series
Intensifies breathing as an aesthetic strategy for rendering sensible our affinities with parahuman scales, flows, and accumulations.
Assembles narratives of living in relation with the Asbestos Superfund Site in Ambler, PA, where I grew up.