I spoke to Buzzfeed’s Isaac Fitzgerald for this article about twitter fiction, including pentametron:
A 7-note USB MIDI controller made from one of Margaret Leng Tan’s Metro Grand Piano sculptures.
Come see the MetroGrands and much more this Thursday evening at Barbés in Brooklyn! Details: facebook.com/events/476812812423002/
A tiny little electric organ (using JelTone technology) made from one of Margaret Leng Tan‘s MetroGrand Piano sculptures.
Found a piece of square aluminum tubing lying around. It already had holes in it. It needed to be a whistle.
It draws randomly from about 75,000 sound files tagged “pronunciation” on wikipedia. Try it yourself at pentametron.com/talkingdots/ (you’ll probably need a modern desktop web browser)
David Weinstein at Clocktower Gallery interviewed me about Singing Room for a Shy Person, which premiered at Clocktower last year before moving to the Tinguely Museum. Listen to the interview here!
A pocket trumpet with a clarinet mouthpiece and a reed made out of a metrocard. Probably would be played better by anyone who knew how to play a trumpet or a clarinet.