A collaboration in community-worlding by way of a record label, monthly radio show, and various emergent projects. Ongoing from 2018 - present, between Reykjavík and CDMX.
A performance space and online radio platform launched in the summer of 2022, located on a pier in the Gufunes area of Reykjavík's Capital Region. A project emerging from Fúsk, and forever growing.
A Boston-based community-centric online radio station and event series. We hosted many gatherings throughout the years, focusing on inclusive club nights, workshops, and lectures.
A curated performance series focused on the exposition of sonic practices around Boston and Mexico City. A refinement of the Trimtab concept, in collaboration with Jacob Rosati.
An underground and radically self-organized rave series in Boston, located in a former cake factory.
An experiment in curating a performance series focused on the exposition of sonic practices around Boston. The framework consisted of a half-hour conversation followed by a half hour performance by the chosen artist.
ring light, solar powered charging station, OxyAngel air purifier
Amazon Echo Dot, mineral oil, Homedics Silver Springs Indoor Relaxation Fountain
Live audio manipulation for the performance, using Cecilia's voice and supplemental recordings
With a focus in writing, 3D scanning, video-performance, sculpture.
The Witness (2018)
Live performance of air-gapping an Amazon Echo. At the opening of Becoming Posthuman, Studio 550 Cambridge, MA.
On Big Data (2016)
A presentation of research at Small Motors: Real Fans, Replicas, and Robots, Gallery Kayafas, Boston, MA.
As part of Signs Adrift: Borrowed, Bartered, and Stolen at Bakehouse Art Complex in Miami.
Final Form (2016)
A mixed reality performance presented in Bennington, VT in collaboration with Beckett Warzer and Adam Rokhsar. The physical motions of dancers were live-fed into a photogrammetry-based VR environment for the audience to explore.
I'm an artist, designer, and fabricator currently based in Reykjavík. I previously made work focused on the explicit criticism of certain emerging technologies, but have since mostly given up on the internet. Lately, I'm much more interested in the malleability of existing technologies and their immediate material impact, on ambient futures, and frameworks for sustainable communities at a human-scale. I'm often working around sound.