My   research-oriented   practice  investigates contemporary   ecologies   through  digital technology.  I collaborate with scientists and researchers to stage eco-sensitive sonic performances, multimedia installations, and compositions    with non-human subjects, such as plants,  trees,  molds, and  bacteria. I seek to discover and present alternative modes of relating to the world around us- acoustically, visually, and ontologically. I work through the notion that by  subverting  technology   and turning it against  dominant capitalistic subjectivities-  I can generate mutant modes of being and becoming, attuned for our contemporary, environmentally crumbling world, a task that I argue is absolutely vital in reestablishing balance between humanity and the natural world.