Over the past few years, I began working with Clarinetist and Computer Musician, Curt D. Miller. Drawing from each other’s practices, together we embed sound technologies into two dimensional media such as canvas or paper to extend the image on the wall into the viewers’ space using sound. We utilize the inherently visual qualities of sound production equipment as an art making material. The resulting pieces occupy a hybrid space between drawing, sound, sculpture, and performance. The sound not only acts as aural content intersecting the surface of the works but we often employ aural phenomena--such as beating patterns--which draw attention to the sculptural quality of the physical presence of sound. See more at C+N projects.