Human Radiation is a sound, performance, and installation that uses embedded sound manipulations with objects to create a mysterious rooftop environment that blurs the boundaries of ceremonial space, strange lab experiment, or sacred space. A rooftop is presented framed in the rear by a wall of working radios tuned to talk stations, a speaker tower, and access hatches from which emerge all kinds of gadgetry and objects of obsession.
The sound manipulations were developed in a residency at Harvestworks in New York and in the electronic studios at Wayne State University.
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Human Radiation Installation view, Performance Network, Ann Arbor, MI