The Imaginary Music Radio Hour
A monthly show about music, mythology and shape hosted by NTS. The show ran from summer 2017 until summer 2018 and brought together music from many genres, woven together with bizarre storylines that revealed underlying connections.
A method for perceiving music as a multi-dimensional shape, assisted by a cabbage and some other household supplies.
Orpheus and the Two Sisters/Sirens
Collaboration with Heather Lockie, performed by us along with Caitlyn Conlin. A conflation of two old tales: Orpheus and the Sirens from the epic poem the Argonautica, and the traditional song The Two Sisters, about a magic harp made from the breastbone of a murdered sister. August 2016, for the closing festival of the wulf.
Recording created for Viralnet’s Project Scream (2018), based on Bats in the Belfry, a lecture-demonstration that was presented in 2017 at the University of Michigan’s Resonance and Remembrance Symposium.
Reenactment of the final scene of the Stanley Kubrick film Dr. Strangelove, or, how I learned to stop worrying and love the bomb. Presented at the 2017 Underwolf festival in Los Angeles.