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so this is what became of the dinosaurs (if you believe in dinosaurs)

Collaboration with Joan Wyand (installation and performance).

This interactive kinetic sound sculpture is constructed almost entirely of items and debris found washed up on shorelines around Rhode Island. It stands as both sculptural/sonic document and social/environmental commentary on the overabundance of "fossil fuel" and petroleum byproducts being dumped into the oceans.



Kinetic, interactive sound sculpture.

Found debris, animal remains, contact microphones, speakers, drum heads, optical theremin, lights, fishing line, turntable, stereo amplifier, mixing board, wood, wire.

Site specific.

Dimensions variable.


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