In my current practice, much of my work explores the difference between the output of electronic media signals (images, video, sound) and what is perceived at the input. The journey and path of the signal (and how it is transformed by different processes) is very important, and has real-world implications which I explore in different types of work. Most of this work is in video and sound media, along with expanded installation and performance work.
The arts journalism site Tone Madison (Madison, Wisconsin) recently did an interview with me.
I was a recipient of the Foundation Prize from Peripheral Vision Arts (an online peer-reviewed art criticism journal), and they conducted an interview with me.
Here are a few other sites where my work lives: