My practice seeks to investigate contemporary ecologies through both analog and digital technologies. I work in a grey area between art and science, complicating elements from both disciplines in unique and unexpected ways. I have established ongoing relationships with scientists, researchers, and other non-artists, whom I work with and through to develop and stage various sonic performances, sculptures, multimedia installations, and compositions with non-human subjects, such as plants, trees, grass, molds, and bacteria. By appropriating emerging biological and digital technologies for my work and transforming, reframing, hacking, and disassembling material, I attempt to make my audience come to see the world differently—ecologically, acoustically, sensibly, and ontologically—according to the framework and technē of the artwork itself.