Radio Costa
Venice Biennial of Architecture

Costa Rica Pavillion Installation
with Oliver Scheutte



In 2014, I created and installed a sound and radio installation "Radio costa rica 89.5 fm" in the Costa Rica Pavilion at the Venice Bienniale of Architecture. This piece consists of a micro- fm radio broadcast and 6 radios, with a custom FM transmitter and software. The radio broadcast is played on a remix engine that mashes up sounds and music differently each time, for 6 months. The radio broadcast only locally, in Italy, consists of sounds recorded and collected from Costa Rica. Users may change the channels, to create a live remix as they feel. The radios were embedded into the deisgned furniture, and played for the full duration of the exhibit. At the opening, I was also invited to perform the sounds remixed at the Venice Biennale Arsenale.


Selected Works

Driver Less Vision360 Dome Installation and VR

Under Armour: Giselle: I Will What I WantWeb and Mobile web campaign

XQ SuperschoolsWeb and mobile design for good

Tree VRMixed Reality and VR Installation

Eero's CloudsSite Specific VR

Cooper Hewitt Design MuseumSite Specific Interactive Installation

What is Missing? Maya Lin StudioInteractive Installation

Toyota Mirai Hydrogen Fuel Cell CarWeb and Mobile campaign

Hennesey: Harmony Mastered From ChaosWeb and Mobile campaign

RockClockMobile App and Branding

Mãos Performance, MoMAVideo and Audio Performance

Android Leap SecondWeb and Mobile campaign, mobile app redesign

CrunchetApp and Sharing Platform

Smartwater Look upSite Specfic Interactive Installation and Website

Aventon: Ridesharing App for Mexico CityMobile Web-App and Platform

Listening StudioPermanent Interactive Installation

Kriegspiel Video GameVideo Game and Networked App

The Masses: Electric Information AgeAlbum and Video, Performances

Venice Biennial of Architecture: Costa Rica PavillionSite Specific Interactive Installation and Objects

Domus MixtapesPerformances, Publishing and Products

Film Sound Design and MixingSound for Screens