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Birdsongs; the Language Gene reconfigures birdsongs into music and was exhibited in the Sonic Fragments Soundart Festival at Princeton University in 2008 and also presented in SoundLab VII in 2010 in Cologne, celebrating 10 years of the  New Media Art Project Network curated by Agricola de Cologne.

SoundLab was launched as a corporate part of the global networking project [R][R][F]200x—>XP on occasion of its participation in Biennale of Electronic Art Perth/Australia 2004



95 Chimes is a digital sound installation that relates string theory to music . It was first presented at the ASCI SciArt Symposium in 2002 at the Museum of Natural History in conjunction with the Einstein exhibit then on view (see NY Arts) followed by a presentation at ASCI (Artists and Scientists Collaborations Inc.) at Hunter College  in 2004.

In Sept. 2005, the chimes were recorded  in the Banff Centre for the Art’s Luscar recording studio under a co-production grant.  “95 Chimes” has been nominated for a Creative Capital grant, mentioned in Stephen Wilson’s "Information Arts" (MIT Press 2003) and is in the Rhizome Collection at the New Museum (see "Zero dB").