Humanimentical Prototypes

Assemblage: microphones, cables, welding wire, acoustic foam, recorder

This ongoing series situates microphones within a necromediatic context of surveillance, parasites and horror. The sculptures connect technology, human and nonhuman materialities and posit the microphone as an agential performer, one whose consequent representations (recordings) forge a pathway towards monstrous potentiality rather than any singular notion of the real. 

The Thing About Microphones_Leonardo Music Journal_MIT Press

Sounding Out the  Anthropocene: Investigating Sonic Media Ecologies_Critical Media Lab Basel