Sonic Planetarium, 2017-ONGOING. Sound installation, 9 speakers. Sonic Planetarium is an audio model of the stuff in earth’s orbit, in real time. Sound files representing individual satellites play directionally across a speaker array as the actual objects pass far overhead, as if you can hear into space. [above: temporary installation at the Hirshhorn Museum in Washington D.C. as part of Sound Scene X: Dissonance on July 8, 2017]
A series of Beachball Antennas were created for temporary installation on the beaches of Southern Florida.
Southern Florida Beachball Antenna Archive, 2017, 8.25 x 10.75 inches, saddle-stitch, softcover, 60 pages. The images contained in this archive are a selection of those received as transmissions from orbiting weather satellites using beachball antennas on Southern Florida Beaches in 2015 and 2016.
Outernet Library Branch – Wave Farm is a receiving station for Outernet data transmissions installed in June 2016 for long-term operation on the grounds of Wave Farm, in Acra, New York.
The Menu for Mars Supper Club and Kitchen, co-organized by Heidi Neilson and Douglas Paulson, envisions the future of cuisine on Mars.