Ground Station is an ongoing project of art-research on space and radio which combines traditional research with direct participation. I am interested in how, as individuals, we can participate in the detection of the Earth’s atmosphere, space environment and satellites using radio. This research has been reflected in a radio program [here], an annotated reading list [here], talks, writings, workshops, and art projects, listed below.
‘Color in Satellite Imagery: An Artist’s Perspective,’ a talk as part of a panel on History of Art: Nature as Tool and Material, at the Center for Book Arts on February 23, 2018. Examples of color capture and use in satellite images are described with four satellite types and four art projects: Satellite Commemorative Prints with Tiros I (vintage satellites), Details from the Least Popular with Hubble Space Telescope, Beachball Antennas with POES (series) and Go GOES Radiotelescope with GOES (series).
‘Outernet and Beachball Antennas: Individuals Using Space Networks,’ a talk as part of Radical Networks, in partnership with Eyebeam, November 5, 2016. How individuals use two satellite systems in the projects Outernet Library Branch – Wave Farm and Beachball Antennas.
WORKS USING RADIO