In the early 2000s, I worked with Maryanne Amacher, culminating in my recordings being incorporated into her installation "Teo! A Sonic Sculpture" for the Palacio de Bellas Artes in Mexico City, and eventually onto her second CD.
As Amacher's work was difficult to document, I’ve been collaborating with a number of colleagues affiliated with the late artist in presenting interpretations of her work.
With Supreme Connections (Amy Cimini, Bill Dietz, Kabir Carter, Keiko Prince, Nora Schultz, Sergei Tcherepnin, Stefan Tcherepnin, and others), we have re-presented her installation work at the Stedelijk Museum (Amsterdam) as part of the Sonic Acts festival, as well as in Philadelphia with Bowerbird.
I’ve also worked with Ian Antonio and Russell Greenberg from Yarn/Wire, as well as Daniel Neumann in realizing Adjacencies, an early graphic score for two percussionists and electronics, performing the piece at various venues such as the Kitchen (New York) and REDCAT (Los Angeles).