Notational; Sometimes

“Notational; Sometimes”, is a commentary on sound art’s complexity which pays homage to the late works of John Cage, supplementing the hazy definition of the term. The piece playfully recontextualizes Cage’s “Graphic Score Variations” from its performative nature to a one-dimensional visual statement, dividing and isolating the transparent boundary between the two terms: sound and […]


The work animates the first man’s encounter with his wife, Eve. The overarching theme was Biblical narrative and illustration– divorced from religious iconography. To strip the Biblical passage of it’s iconographical history, is to finally read it. And so, Adam in all his humanness arises from his deep slumber and peaks through the leaves to […]