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Works by keyword: sound

2018 Audiograms Calendar

Print, 2017

This limited edition calendar was designed by and produced by Amy and Nathan Selikoff. Each month features an audiogram from our 2016 circumnavigation around the northern hemisphere, notated with the nature of the sound, the name of the place, and the latitude and longitude where the sound was recorded. Listen to the sounds that created […] View Details »


Interactive Software Art, Print,

Audiograms are visual encodings of one minute field recordings from my travels around the world. An Audiogram is a message from me to you, and from me to me - an artifact of remembrance, of being somewhere, of what it was like to be there at a particular place and time, and to listen. View Details »

The Thousand Faces of Form

Real-time Audio-visual Performance, 2016

Five movement work for orchestra, bringing together music and visual art through the common language of mathematics. View Details »


Public Art Installation, 2015

A projected clock senses and visualizes the auditory environment in which it is situated, translating sound into light. View Details »

Cardboard Tube Instrument

Interactive Sculpture, 2013

Slap the tubes with the foam paddles to play this "Blue Man Group" like instrument. View Details »

Four Dimensions

Real-time Audio-visual Performance, 2012

Single movement work for orchestra, surround sound electronics, and EWI, exploring the mathematical dimensions. View Details »


Real-time Audio-visual Performance, 2012

Minimalist grayscale generative animations cascade over a pipe organ, accompanying electronic compositions. View Details »

Spooky Organ Music

Real-time Audio-visual Performance, 2011

Interpretive visuals for a variety of new and old classical music for pipe organ. View Details »

Untiled Faces

Interactive Sculpture, 2011

Command an abstract mathematical space with joysticks on a mysterious black box. View Details »