Friday, July 31, 2015

mouth and guitar reports

genre really, people dunt

shouting matches were no more the less weary for a hello; these series coughed, schlubbed, added baby lumber-sounds to a squeaky HI/LO, emphatic cirque, queues for lilies on tempered beds of weenie-we's and puttering pits, brad-nails, fields, appeals, courts, snorts, more hugging hips, lips elliptical around the trees we we we we would all  thump, trumping hardly hair  ports and scoundrel smiles; a   good dung,   excerpt cancelled    and-no-sorries-for-the-stare

i can i can i can i can

Thursday, July 30, 2015

Monday, July 27, 2015

Saturday, July 4, 2015

Well, if you're gonna

Excerpt from the Greeting show. The stills don't do things justice -- nevertheless, here is a screen shot of the video I mouthed and hello'd alongside during a live performance. Double voices in the form of either video or audio conversations seem to pop up with greater frequency these days. I'm not certain about what's driving me in in this direction; if it's just the absurdity of possessing two heads or if it's pure experimentalism. Perhaps the voice is the first noise? Mixing language into this, amid carnal grunts and expressions, the face comes off as a DJ's mixer.

It helps to have a rubbery nose.


car-baking, early July, open the damn window before you...

Friday, July 3, 2015


Thomas Schmidt inspired some of this (note the cups).

Water transfer, cup to cup.
Amplified chair.
Voice embellished with each transfer (looped).
Candles applied.
Last dribble put into plant pot (animation of tree on iPod).

Thursday, July 2, 2015

last page in the sequence

1. Administering

2. Attempt at illuminating

Thanks, cl0aca for front and center camera angle!