Last week, I participated in a three-day workshop led by Marina Abramovic, at UCSD.
It was an incredible, indescribable experience, and, I must say, it has me salivating over the prospect of the Marina Abramovic Institute getting its foothold here in upstate NY.
lt was also my great pleasure to do the sound design for the installation presented at the UCSD University Art Gallery. It’s on view until 1/30/15. In the end, I produced and mixed two different versions (!) of the installation, one of them alongside the great novelist Kim Stanley Robinson, from whose text we worked during the week, and another mix with Marina (The two artists are pictured together, above). It was a rare pleasure just getting to sit at the mix desk for those hours, next to one of my heroes. I hope that both versions will make their way out into the world before too long. (all photo credits: Arthur C. Clarke Center for the Human Imagination, UCSD)