A collage of recent listening, featuring obscure articulations, corroded tapes, twee beats, artists as musicians, a chorus of bells, solitary late night doodles, fuzzed loops, and chance meetings.
For several years now, I have been intending to start an imprint for releasing the results of projects I’ve completed. The forced solitude of the COVID-19 pandemic last year provided the time and inspiration to finally get started. I am pleased that today marks the launch of Smooth Space Editions. Smooth Space Editions is intended […]
As the year comes to an end, here is some music that accompanied me through 2020.
During the recent COVID lockdown, an old friend who lives in Portland celebrated his 45th birthday. As a gift to honor the occasion, I put together this mix of 45 tracks from records that have caught my attention over the last few years and won’t let go. The result is some 3 hours and 41 […]
I’ve spent a substantial amount of coronavirus-enforced home office worktime writing, editing, managing translations, etc., for the High-Performance Computing Center Stuttgart’s latest annual report, which I’m now pleased to be able to share. You can find links below to several new articles I wrote for the report, along with some other recent pieces. Check them […]
In a rare situation that enabled the convergence of several very distinct interests of mine, I had the opportunity to interview photographer Armin Linke and historian of photography Estelle Blaschke last spring about their show “Image Capital” at the Kunstmuseum Stuttgart. Read the interview here.
In the better late than never department, I finally got with the program and signed myself up for an Instagram account. If you’re into that sort of thing and want to link up, you can find me here. “Social, social, let’s be social.”
I recently presented my installation Who’s the Dummy? as part of xCoAx 2019, the 7th Conference on Computation, Communication, Aesthetics & X. This was the second time mounting the project, following its November 2018 debut at the generate!_lab Festival of Electronic Arts in Tübingen. FIND COMPLETE DOCUMENTATION OF THIS PROJECT HERE.
At work, I recently completed publication of the 2018 annual report for the High-Performance Computing Center Stuttgart. As editor I did the majority of the conception, writing and editing, though was grateful for valuable contributions from my colleagues. The 72-page document is written for nonspecialists and surveys highlights from around HLRS over the previous year. […]
Schatten-Licht was an exhibition of objects and paintings by Uschi Lux, accompanied by a site specific sound installation by Chris Williams. The installation was shown in the World War II-era bunker beneath the Martinskirche in Stuttgart, Germany from May 24 – June 8, 2019.