His work has quickly garnered international attention, from ISEA (International Symposium of Electronic Art) to Bass Coast Festival to SXSW, placing him in diverse shows alongside Michio Kaku, Waka Flocka, and Molly Soda, among many others. As his art practice continues to explore more complex themes (his latest fetish being quantum simultaneous existence for humans), he has started to dive deeper into a renewed sense of vulnerability.
At LEV Festival, he will premiere his latest audiovisual offspring entitled Intersect. Intersect takes the perspective of nanobot insects as they traverse time and space between entangled humans’ neural connections. From disparate times and locations, interactions between the humans’ imaginations create errors in the insects’ processing of their duties, creating false memories and intersecting realities for its hosts, and inherently, for the audience at large.