A playful experiment – an action figure that comes to “life” in response to a light and goes back to rest when the light is turned off.
A microcontroller project depicting a struggle between freedom and slavery.
In which I document the usability of everyday objects in Guatemala, survey some people about it, make some cultural comparisons, and receive a B.S. in psychology.
A public art audio intervention in collaboration with Cara Blaine , inspired by a slam poem by Rives.
A proposal featuring a closed-loop harvesting system with several steps involving the production of cellulosic ethanol from the waste products of the sugarcane plant.
Saul Alinsky (1909-1972) is widely known as the granddaddy of community organizing. He wrote a book late in his life called Rules for Radicals, in which he passed on advice to the next generation of activists. This sound piece is an audio interpretation of his rules.