Delineate [2019 - Present]
"Delineate" is an immersive and interactive installation comprised of six homemade LED screens arranged in a semi-circle in a dark and hazy room. Each 21” x 27” screen features striking brightness and rich colours that engulf participants in light. Animations on the screens present colourful circular gradients that overtake each other with time, creating an experience akin to traveling through a tunnel. Participants in the installation wield a small controller, which is the same proportions as the screens; tilting the controller modifies the size and colour of gradients displayed on the panels, delineating a shifting pointillist colour palette. Additionally, sounds participants produce inside the installation subtly alter the speed at which gradients envelop one another, highlighting the user's role within the installation and the interconnectedness of all things.
Special Thanks To:
-Matt Silverstein for designing PSU mounts.
-George Simeo for donating the equipment that inspired this project.
DF [2014 - Present]
An audiovisual collaboration with saxophonist Dustin Finer.
Equal parts music and light, DF visually synthesizes the hypnotic sounds of looped saxophone in real-time with light installations and generative projection-mapped visuals.
Performance highlights include: Up Here Festival, Festival OFF de Quebec, Sofar Sounds, Art Matters, Ottawa New Music Creators & Pop Montreal.
Current info about the band can be obtained via our Facebook page.
Cancer Has Structure 
A collaboration with George Simeo for the Montreal Neurological Institute. Custom-built LED screens visualize normal and cancerous stem cell development in 3 stages.
More info available here.
Documentation by Jon Yu.
A guerrilla work made from recycled furniture installed in Concordia University's EV building, situated directly across from the fine arts admissions office.
2018 update: the piece is still up :)
Garbage Grooves 
Unmonumental interactive performance.
A site-specific drumkit made from trash/found objects + rigged with reactive lighting.
Ben Mayer-Goodman was kind enough to play in the video, however when exhibited, this work is open to the public.
Curly Mobile 
Aluminum & copper pipe.
The final iteration of this work is designed to be suspended from the ceiling.
Head Trip 
Automatic writing on styrofoam.
'X' Grinder 
Motorized bullshit grinder.
Light Mobile 
Motorized lasers + LEDs on ladder.