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RFID ART 2003-10

Presenting my RFID projects to the audience during  Targeted Publics: Arts and Technologies of the Security City  at CCCB (Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona) with Professor Louise Amoore, PhD, Durham University Department of Geography and Tijuana artist Marcos Ramírez Erre who may be best know for his Toy An-Horse project at the U.S.-Mexico border.

Presenting my RFID projects to the audience during Targeted Publics: Arts and Technologies of the Security City at CCCB (Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona) with Professor Louise Amoore, PhD, Durham University Department of Geography and Tijuana artist Marcos Ramírez Erre who may be best know for his Toy An-Horse project at the U.S.-Mexico border.

Testing an RFID interface built during my residency at the  Dr. James & Janie Washington Cultural Center  in 2010. I embedded stones from Dr. Washington’s studio with RFID and used audio from his collection of Edison wax cylinders to explore the contents of his extensive personal library.

Testing an RFID interface built during my residency at the Dr. James & Janie Washington Cultural Center in 2010. I embedded stones from Dr. Washington’s studio with RFID and used audio from his collection of Edison wax cylinders to explore the contents of his extensive personal library.

While at NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program my master’s thesis was centered on RFID technology; I created a physical audio database with queries trigged with RFID embedded objects and injected a RFID chip into my shoulder to become a “part of the database.” This work continued in a number of residencies, exhibitions and presentations in Barcelona, New York and Seattle.