Posts Tagged ‘James Murray’

Juju & Jordash - Dr Strangepork

Juju & Jordash – Dr Strangepork

Juju & Jordash – Dr Strangepork Techno Primitivism LP, Dekmantel, late September 2012

Olin, Finally Video, for the Argot Label

Olin, Finally Video, for the Argot Label

I shot, directed and generated the video for this release on the Argot record label run out of Chicago. The second half of the video is created using a MaxMSP/Jitter patch that I designed to reactively change behaviors based on the audio signal itself. A big thanks to the ever talented and wonderful Steve Mizek […]

Video from RBMA gig

Video from RBMA gig

Here’s a bit of video from the RBMA gig I did visuals for last night. The LED wall is definitely a new challenge, but really interesting to see how and what images resolve on it.


Official Video for CC: Got a Lexus

Official Video for CC: Got a Lexus

Video I just did for the ever talented CC/Chris Powers for his latest EP release. Reactive video synthesis.

The Awakening: A (re)Performance

The Awakening: A (re)Performance

The Awakening: A (re)Performance is a twelve hour durational flagging dance, documented with a single video camera and recorded for playback within the gallery. This ongoing project looks to the musical period between 1980 to 2000 as a source of material to begin an exploration into the importance of the dance floor during the AIDS […]

Drawings for The Thief’s Journal

Drawings for The Thief’s Journal

These drawings are translations of the writings of Jean Genet.


The Rape of Riton, installation view alongside Electrical Performances: 2008

The Rape of Riton, installation view alongside Electrical Performances: 2008

The Rape of Riton “Riton wanted the rape to be over with, and he feared the end of it.” Funeral Rites by Jean Genet 2008 graphite on paper Riton, 108 inches by 42 inches, Erik, 60 inches by 42 inches The Rape, 108 inches by 42 inches Riton, 60 inches by 42 inches The Soldier, […]

Electrical Performances, 2008: Compilation Mix (excerpt)

Electrical Performances, 2008: Compilation Mix (excerpt)

modulated electrical current, single shot durational performance one hour and fifteen minutes, single channel video projection on semi-transparent hanging screen, front projection 1. Can You Feel It, (Mr Fingers, Original Club Mix): 5:08 2. Rise Up, (Sunkids featuring Chance, 2006 Mix): 3:48 3. Let the Beat Control Your Body, (2 Unlimited, Original Club Mix): 3:37 […]

Genet Drawings: The Thief's Journal

Genet Drawings: The Thief’s Journal

Jean Genet’s book The Thief’s Journal is taken and rewritten, taking excerpts of the text as a starting point to examine desire through translations of scenes into the language and codes of three online homosexual communities of men. This is part of an ongoing series of drawings that look to take the works of famous […]


Electrical Performances: 2007, Push It

Electrical Performances: 2007, Push It

modulated electrical current, single shot durational performance, single channel video projection on semi-transparent hanging screen, front projection

What Will Be My Most Romantic Disease

What Will Be My Most Romantic Disease

What Will Be My Most Romantic Disease, takes a scene from the television program, Friends, featuring a cameo role of a Navy man played by Charlie Sheen and the character Phoebe. In this scene they are reunited, albeit briefly, while he is New York City. The possible joy of their reunification is destroyed due to […]

Sunset Serenade

Sunset Serenade

Sunset Serenade uses a loop of found footage Super 8 film and a live camera feed of audience members as they attempt to awkwardly and uncomfortably learn how to dance the Foxtrot through a pair of headphones. The found footage features a couple as they dance together, effortlessly moving on film silently above the struggling […]


Slow Emotional

Slow Emotional

Slow emotional takes a series of recordings by the artist Whitney Houston and remixes them by processing through Max/Msp Jitter. By recording the vinyl into audio buffers on a laptop and then allowing these recordings to layer and mix together, an attempt is made to discover or locate within these pop songs something more or […]