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2015

Contributor to Para//el Room exhibition at DNA artspace in London, Ontario. November 21 – December 22.

Record Release 7-inch performance / presentation as part Tuning Speculation III, at Array Music in Toronto, Saturday November 21, 8-11pm.

Hit Parade (Cagliari) as part of Cagliari Capitale 2015, at the MEM – Mediateca del Mediterraneo, Via Goffredo Mameli, 164 in Cagliari, Sardinia, Italy. November 20, 7pm, free.

Microhole and « I » featured in group exhibition underpressure curated by DisplayCult. Also site of the launch of the Journal of Curatorial Studies, Volume 4, Number 2. The issue includes a text/image piece of mine, Gallery Guide: Through and Through, which is the inaugural artist/curator project for this journal. At Trinity Square Video in Toronto, November 12, 7-9pm, free.

Impro Kino, panel presentation with Marla Hlady, at the Universities Art Association of Canada (UAAC). At NSCAD, Halifax, November 6.

Talk Artists, chair of a panel at the Universities Art Association of Canada (UAAC). Featuring Barbara Balfour, Yannick Desranleau and Chloe Lum, and Stephen Mueller. At NSCAD, Halifax, November 6. Related to Talk Artist but different.

Present, contribution to the symposium titled Doing Sounding Exchaning Thinking: The Auditory Experience of the social at Foundation B.a.d in Rotterdam, Holland. Curated by thickear. October 31, 11h00-17h00, free.

Record Release 12-inch, featured as a Walking Proposition on the WalkingLab website.

Millionaire (machine) with Marla Hlady, part of the Exhibiting Sound exhibition at dc3 art projects, Edmonton, Alberta, October 14 – November 14.

Joined Sculpture a Day as a regular contributor.

Interview by Ely Rosemblum for the Centre for Imaginative Ethnography.

Hit (Nuit Blanche), commission for Nuit Blanche in Toronto, part of The Work of Wind, curated by Christine Shaw. October 3-4, free, sunset to sunrise.

Strike and Hit, with Marla Hlady, for the Art Gallery of Ontario First Thursdays, October 1st, 7 – 11:30pm. Including the following works: On Strike and a version of Hit (Nuit Blanche).

Hit Parade (Zabreb), presented as part of the Expanded Cinema section of the 25fps festival, Zagreb, Croatia, September 27.

Record Release 7-inch, broadcast of Kunstradio commission on Austrian national radio broadcaster ORF, September 27, 11pm (utc).

The Release Into MotionSouth Winds, and Flatus Vocis: Somatic Winds presented as part of Symphony of Hunger: Digesting Fluxus in Four Movements at the AplusA Gallery in Venice, Italy. Curated by the September Collective for the School for Curatorial Studies Venice. September 24 – October 31.

Millefeuille and Flipper A at The Bookcase, micro-museum and library project by Kirsty Robertson, Department of Visual Arts, Western University. Opening September 16, 12-4pm.

Millefeuille 2, first exhibition of 2013 piece at QueenSpecific, 787 Queen Street West, Toronto. Curated by Joy Walker. On view 24/7. Opening September 11, 6-7pm.

Gallery Guide: Through and Through, text/image piece for the Journal of Curatorial Studies, Volume 4, Number 2. It is the inaugural artist/curator project for this journal.

Sonic Somatic and Sound Voice Perform, published by Errant Bodies Press, are now both available for free in pdf form, see respective project pages.

Record Release 7-inch, solo set presented as part of INTERsection, presented by Contact Contemporary Music and Burn Down the Capital, Yonge & Dundas Square, 1 Dundas Street East, Toronto, outdoors, free, September 5, 2-10pm.

Volumes, publication, including 144 page book with 14 writers, 10-inch vinyl record with 15 tracks, and image foldout with 113 full-colour images. Co-edited with Martin Arnold. Features 5 exhibitions, including Volume: Hear Here. Launch at Hart House in Toronto on Wednesday July 29, 5-8pm, details on the event here.

Record Release 7-inch, recording session at kunstradio, Vienna, Austria, July 16-17.

Count and Strike and Spin, collaboration with Marla Hlady at the Errant Bodies Sound Art Space, Berlin, Germany, June 27-July 5. Including the following works: On StrikeMillionaire (machine), and Spin Off.

Record Release 7-inch, presented as part of null point 7: Decay/Reverberate, Silo City, Buffalo, New York. June 12-14.

Record Release 7-inch, solo set presented as part of the Suoni per il Popolo festival, Sala Rossa, Montreal, June 9. As part of the same bill I will be playing in the ensemble performing Steve Bates‘s The Tangible Air. Also on the bill are the Mile End String Auxiliary.

Record Release 7-inch, residency at Avatar in Québec City, June 1-5.

Ear Room, email interview by Mark Peter Wright.

Mixer (Ottawa), presented by the Carleton University Art Gallery in Ottawa, part of Ontario Scene produced by the National Arts Center, May 9. Precursors: Mixer (Brussels)Mixer (Melbourne).

Ditto, curatorial project for NAISA (New Adventures in Sound Art), part 5 of the Cross Wave Series. Featuring Pierre-André Arcand, Kim Dawn, Diane Landry, Dan Lander, Micah Lexier, Kelly Mark, Ryan Park, Charles Stankievech, and Hildegard Westerkamp. On air (via NAISA website) during April, and live event at the NAISA space in Toronto on Saturday April 25 featuring a live rendition of Kelly Mark’s I Really Should….

Chair of Professional Panel featuring Julian Jason Haladyn, Dan Mellamphy, Nandita Biswas Mellamphy, and Eldritch Priest, part of the Boredom graduate conference presented by the Department of Visual Arts at the University of Western Ontario, March 21.

“banal. Breathing”, presentation for the Re: Mediation | Dialogue on Immersive & Interactive Art panel, other panelists: Jessica Field and Don Sinclair. Organized by Stephanie Anderson, Ulises Unda, and Margherita Papadatos in relation to the David Rokeby exhibition of his Very Nervous System at the McIntosh Gallery. Presented by the Department of Visual Arts in partnership with the McIntosh. Thursday, March 19.

Greatest Hits, presentation of upcoming record, for Sound Ripe, Sound Rotten event, evening also featuring Marla Hlady and Gordon Monahan, organized by Sweet Magic London, Friday February 6 at 80 Rectory St. London, Ontario.