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THIS I THAT IS ALL OF YOU

Participants are given the opportunity to take conceptual risks of their own intent and prerogative and make contributions to forming a grouped publication.
The resulting exhibition of individual works, which formed the book, was intuitively arranged without need for consideration of a theoretical through line and instead explores openness to unlikely connections forming fresh meaning.


September 2017


THREE HOUR IMAGE

Discrete letter-objects with adhesive are arranged left and right from center forming a sign on a wall. The sign and reader participants are then both made manifest as facts between the hours of 5–8 p.m.


curated by Motohiro Tomii
20 February 2016, 5-8 p.m.
Kabegiwa  Brooklyn, NY



images by Motohiro Tomii


UNTITLED

Taken sounds which were realized using an auto-record timer between the hours of 2–3 a.m. from 28 August, 2010 in Ventura, CA and between the hours of 6:30–7:31 a.m. from 25 December, 2014 in Brooklyn, NY.


Combined and rendered - 25:41, 2015
January 2016


UNTITLED

Live presentation of noises forming.


30 June 2015
Trans-Pecos  Queens, NY


DON'T KNOW MOVE AHEAD

with Kate Drendel and Yasue Maetake.


26 October – 9 November 2014
Vehicle-X  Queens, NY

UNTITLED (GALLON SQUARE FOOT)  2014
rainwater/concrete mix, tap water/concrete mix


FROM FORM

Live presentation of noises and/with arranged thing/s exploring openness to unlikely connection forming fresh meanings.
The event was finalized when halted by a noise disturbance complaint from an adjoining business.


19 March 2013
CoWorker Projects  New York, NY

FROM FORM  2013
bifurcated glass bottle


CORRIDOR PIECE

An audience assembles facing loudspeakers installed in a corridor within a vacant industrial building. The corridor, brightly lit, suddenly becomes pitch black as amplified formed noises emerge into the passageway at a rapid constant rate and continue without pause for a duration equivalent to the adjustment period of vision in a dark environment. The live presentation then ceases abruptly creating a moment of maximized silence ...
Listener participants later shared their individual experiences of clarity, ecstasy, anxiety, and other occurrent states of being.


26 August 2012
New Haven, CT

Positioning of loudspeakers during installation