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In the exhibition Cloudbusters the two artists search the boundaries of our beliefs, whether the practice is artistic or scientific, evidence of ‘the search’ is what we have for the moment. For the last three weeks I have been working with curator John De Weerd and the rest of the team at TAG in Den […]


INTERNI Magazine were doing a feature on Kinetic/Generative Sculptures for there October issue, and I was delighted to find they wanted to include images of Radius Music as part of the article. The whole magazine is of great quality, and is beautifully designed – I was particularly taken with the architectural photography. If only I […]


We are once again collaborating with the Darklight Film Festival in Dublin to exhibit a range of artworks and experiments by the collective members. The work will be on show in Filmbase, Curved St, Templebar, on Friday 29th and Saturday 30th October. Points of Departure is the fourth Dodo Collective exhibition, but the first in […]


My week residency at STEIM has rekindled interest in a project that originated out of a conversation after my talk Generating a Language/Documenting a Performance at the Science Gallery, Trinity College Dublin. The conversation was with Ivan Twohig, a Dublin-based artist, who suggested other ways of dealing with the Radius Music data in a more […]


“As a response to 25 years of cultural deep freeze, the Anti Design Festival will attempt to unlock creative fires and ideas, exploring spaces hitherto deemed out-of-bounds by a purely commercial criteria.” TradeMark_Electric_Painting will be on display at the London Anti-Design Festival from the 18th-26th September, London, UK. Radius Music 2.0 will be included in […]


On July 29th, I gave a talk at the Science Gallery at Trinity College Dublin (as part of DATA and BioRhythm) about my project Radius Music, and a brief history of notational systems for music. For more information on the evening, visit: http://sciencegallery.com/events/2010/07/data-event-420 Slideshow will be uploaded soon.


SoundFjord is a gallery and research unit dedicated to the Sonic Arts The gallery was founded to readdress the current lack of exhibiting space exclusively for works of sound art and focuses on the exhibition and documentation of art works, the development of artists within their creative and research practices, and ultimately, the promotion of […]



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