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Start of squint fucker press.


Move to New York City to pursue a PhD in Performance Studies at the Tisch School of the Arts, New York University. Studied with Steven Feld, May Joseph, Fred Moten, José Muñoz, Ngũgĩ wa Thiong’o, Peggy Phelan, Avital Ronell, Michael Taussig, Allen S. Weiss (Supervisor).

undo plays at the Hotel2Tango.


Moved to Québec, sharing coordination duties with Jocelyn Robert at Avatar.

Crackers recordings at Gallery 101 in Ottawa.

undo, duo with Alexandre St-Onge, begins activities.


One month residency at Western Front in Vancouver.

Recordings for vex CD with Louis Ouellet, Gregory Whitehead and Michel F. Côté.

Release of first solo CD, Hole in the Head. Launch at the Western Front in Vancouver with Zev Asher remixing Hole in the Head live.

Attended talk by Jacques Derrida for the Antonin Artaud exhibition at MoMA in New York.



Moved to Halifax, Nova Scotia to pursue an MFA at the Nova Scotia College of Art & Design. Studied with Bruce Barber, Bob Bean, Garry Neill Kennedy, Susan MacEachern, Jan Peacock, Jayne Wark.


Radio Immaculates, a performance for the On the Air event in Innsbruck, Austria.

Co-founder of Avatar in Québec.


Moved to Halifax, Nova Scotia to pursue an MFA at the Nova Scotia College of Art & Design (NSCAD).

Open Your Mouth, my first installation, for the Radio Rethink exhibition at the Banff Center.

Squeaky Clean, radio soap opera with Sarah Toy.

Sound Symposium in St.John’s, Newfoundland, pirate radio actions with Dan Lander and pitch black concerts organized by John Oswald.

Metal God with choreographer Tammy Forsythe at Tangente in Montréal; my first, and perhaps last, stint as a dancer.


Co-curated Radio Contortions, a radio fart festival at CKUT-FM.

Bought first Mac computer, a Mac Plus.


Touch that Dial, co-curated radio art event at Saw Gallery in Ottawa. My first curatorial project in a gallery context.

New Music America in Montréal.