Tuesday, 7 March 2023

New wererabbit album: Sound Emanating from a Glowing Cube

Hi friends! 

More sounds from an alternate timeline: this album is the story of three unexplained objects — a glowing cube; a cold, dark sphere; and a floating pyramid — my homage to the monolith in Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey. 

I hope you enjoy Sounds Emanating from a Glowing Cube!

Thursday, 2 February 2023

"Becoming Beautiful" on Ms Lyric's Poetry Outlaws

On today's episode of her podcast Ms Lyric's Poetry Outlaws, Catherine Owen talks about The Resistance to Poetry by James Longenbach, and she reads my poem "Becoming Beautiful" from my book Shared Universe. 

Click here to have a listen!

Sunday, 22 January 2023

Murmurations, pixelations, static and Brownian motion...

Visually, I'm exploring the "randomness" of digital display errors/static and how they mirror the "randomness" of natural patterns somewhere between chaos and synchrony: starling murmurations, Brownian motion, etc. 

Further exploration: Can murmurations be "read" as a form of asemic writing? 

Can pixelations or static?

"Triptych: Pixelated Murmurations"

"Pixelated Murmuration #1" 11" x 15", ink and graphite on watercolour paper, 2023.

"Pixelated Murmuration #2" 11" x 15", ink and graphite on watercolour paper, 2023.

"Pixelated Murmuration #3" 11" x 15", ink and graphite on watercolour paper, 2023.

"Murmuration Error" Series: Errors of the Natural World 24" x 24", acrylic on canvas, 2023. $400

Saturday, 14 January 2023

New wererabbit album VIR

January 14, 2023: 
I've been feeling under the weather, so I stayed home sick from work and finished this album. More than ever, I have tried to adhere to Eno's statement (from the liner notes to Ambient 1: Music for Airports) that "Ambient Music... must be as ignorable as it is interesting." I'm not sure that's always possible, but it's useful to have something to aspire to. 

So here it is: VIR. I think this is a good album to listen to while you are doing other things. You can listen to this album while you're reading, or cooking, or doing laundry. You can also listen to this album when you're not doing anything, or when you're taking a nap, or even when you're staying home sick from work (though I certainly don't make any claims that there are any specific health benefits associated with listening to this album). 

And remember: don't go to work when you're sick.