My artwork spans a wide range, from installation and performance to literature and games. I am particularly interested in how reading, writing, and listening are transformed by technology.

Shadows Never Sleep
A video poem inspired by observing what the city's inhabitants are "writing" as they walk the streets.
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Overheard
2010
Shadows Never Sleep
This unique children's story takes advantage of the multi-touch interface of the iPhone/ iPod Touch. Part of a suite of stories investigating writing for different media.
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Shadows Never Sleep
2008
No Time Machine
A generative poetry project which searches the internet for variations of the phrase "I don't have time" and remixes them into thematic conversations.
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No Time Machine
2008
for this we pray - sms service
I am interested in the relationship between the spiritual and digital technology. Text GETPRAYER to 41411 from your cellphone to subscribe to my prayer service.
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for this we pray - sms
2007
for this we pray, installation
A prototype for a tricked-out stained glass window that reacts to RFID-enabled prayer cards.
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for this we pray - installation
2007
Lesson 18
A vintage typewriting manual found on the street turns into a performance piece.
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Lesson 18
2007
lala
My childhood doll gets an accelerometer. Her movements control the rate at which lines from a poem appear on the screen. Don't miss the video...
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lala
2007
I was invited to give a multimedia interpretation of the work of Spanish poet Carmen Conde.
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mar puro
2006
Shadows Never Sleep
A Playstation controller becomes a poetic device in this video performance.
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nobody knows but you
2005
Votomatic for the People
We hacked a voting machine to comment on the vote-counting controversy in the 2004 United States presidential election in Florida.
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Votomatic for the People
2004
open.ended
Spatial poetry that was compsed and can be read in many combinations.
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open.ended
2004

More to come!
--aya.

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