Last October, I performed two shows as part of my installation This Place Is No Place at the NAISA space in Toronto. The first was a duo with cellist and vocalist Anne Bourne and the second was with percussionist Debashis Sinha. Each performance has a distinct character, but both were broad and expansive, serving as […]
Edinburgh-based art historian (and good friend) Kate Mothes talked to me about The Anthropocene for her new (beautiful) contemporary art blog Young [_____]. Read the full interview here.
Tomorrow, the Holy Sheboygan! caravan heads to Chicago to record Zeke Suite with engineer Neil Strauch. In the meantime, here’s a video from last year’s performance at the Reedsburg Fermentation Fest: