An ongoing site-specific digital installation work (various locations) that explores the disappearance of historic queer spaces. Developed by Bent Duo with support from NYC's City Artists Corps program.
A ludological physicalization of a discussion about queer ensemble aesthetics and practices published by Queer Percussion Research Group
Memory Cruise (2020)
This multimedia piece was commissioned by ChamberQUEER for their series of streaming online concerts during the COVID-19 quarantine.
The Singing Garden (2020)
A community sound installation, that employs vocal participation by the general public to foster inclusive community-building and retune our perception of public spaces and as a venue for beauty and shared aesthetic experience.
***postponed due to COVID-19***
A multi-faceted Bent Duo original project that included a digital sound installation, individualized live performances, and a printed zine.
Out of the, Into the (2018)
This piece was a collaboration with Bill Solomon as part of Bent Duo. Using found objects, recorded samples, and movement, the piece explores themes of queer solidarity and community-building.
Beware Digital Silence (2015)
A sound installation for blacked-out computer keyboard; in memoriam, Taylan Cihan.
learn to teach to learn to teach to learn (2015)
A solo piano performance piece in which randomized pedagogical audio prompts control and direct improvisation.
Talk to Me (2014)
Original music created for a new production of dance-theater work by Dagmar Spain.
Original soundscore created in conjunction with TRANSIT New Music to accompany the original Benjamin Christensen silent film.
When I Was on Foodstamps (2013)
Original work for solo piano and audio tracks.
Plastic & Heartache (2010)
A large-scale interdisciplinary work for fixed media and choir; in collaboration with Juan Michael Porter II (choreographer) and Yvonne Ng (video artist).