What if music was a place?
Imagine for a moment the point that intersects between music, design, and technology.
In 2015, I realized the way my audience perceives and values music was changing. I had spent my entire professional career out on the road, playing in bars and doing festivals. But in the space of ten years, the value of recorded music had fallen through the floor and the audiences were getting smaller and smaller. I started to question if playing in bars and touring was really the best way to connect with audiences in the modern world.
After a several months of thought, I wrote a thesis which outlined where I felt my work was going. Seeking to merge elements of electronic music, design, and technology, I set out to conduct a large-scale experiment. Over the course of the following three years, I put together a team and we sought to create an art installation that merges the auditory and the visual into one cohesive conceptual statement. Our goal was to offer the audience a new way to experience music.