Northern Electronics Research Division was a Residency and Exhibition of the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council's Swingspace Program.

Sound artist Jamie Allen and I occupied the space as the Northern Electronics Research Division, a fictional research facility that responded to the bleak and abandonded office space we inhabited while we produced work.

Transmission, 2006
Demonstration of functionality, RFID embedded objects trigger audio.
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Audience members interacts with objects by scanning the control pieces and then scanning numbered graphite pieces to trigger audio.
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Audience member interacts with objects by scanning the control pieces and then swinging graphite pieces to trigger audio.
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Filters, 2006
I trigger audio with rfid embedded filters and chip in my arm.
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Transmission: Demonstration of sound trigger by passing object in front of RFID reader, indicated by the graphite circle on the wall.
Transmission: Audience member marks the wall with graphite object after triggering sound.
Transmission: Audience member swing suspended pieces of graphite, creating a rhythm based on the action of the chain.
Transmission: Graphite results of weeks of audeince participation.
Filters: Audience member triggers sound with a RFID embedded filter.
Vinyl: Audience member triggers sound with a piece of vinyl.