Thursday, January 12, 2017
Electric Sheep is the ambient/artnoise composition that will provide the score to a new video installation work later this year. it was recorded and remixed during the same sessions as the upcoming "A Marbled Swarm, A Hornet's Tongue" (out 01-13-2017 on Le Garçon Sale Records). The 48 min sound-design piece runs the gamut from anxiety-inducing dissonance to hypnotic late night trip-hop and back again.
It's available to stream now and for download on February 03
Friday, October 21, 2016
" Klaus-Vineyard and the cast have honored Mac’s play, but kicked it up a notch with their with great attention to making the characters’ internal conflicts seem real. Access is a theme around which much of Taylor Mac’s work revolves. Defunkt lets you in for a while to a version of Mac’s past, through a joy ride of the transformative power of play. " -Oregon Artswatch
Friday, July 8, 2016
M/JOHN/W is the latest release from Boarding School on Le Garçon Sale Records . M/JOHN/W originally appeared as part of the score for Defunkt Theatre's multiple award nominated production of Cock by Mike Bartlett . The ambient sound design composition appears here in a slightly reworked form. You can grab a copy here, it's pay what you will as always!
Friday, May 27, 2016
|Bedroom Series (David no. 10) ©2016|
Actor and writer David for the bedroom series. David and I have worked together on numerous theatre productions over the last decade and was a pleasure to finally get him in front of my lens wrapping up the bedroom series.
Wednesday, May 25, 2016
|In Bloom 02 ©2016|
A new series taking low-res archival and unused photos from my past work and manipulating and abstracting them with an eye towards graphic design and graffiti.
Saturday, April 2, 2016
|Bedroom Series (Clifton no. 35) ©2016|
After appearing in two back to back critically acclaimed stage productions (Cock by Mike Bartlett & the controversial masterpiece Blasted by Sarah Kane) up and coming actor Clifton tries out a new role as model for the Bedroom series. A Midwesterner relocated to the Pacific Northwest Clifton is a talented actor on the rise and we look forward to his continued success in the near future.
|Passages (Clifton no. 01) ©2016|
Actor Clifton has had quite the year with the lead roles in Cock by Mike Bartlett and most recently in the critically acclaimed production of Blasted by Sarah Kane (both staged at Defunkt Theatre). A gifted and tremendously talented actor ( and first time model) one of the final participants of the Passages and Bedroom series which comes to it's conclusion this month.
Tuesday, March 29, 2016
|Passages (Nick Mattos no 04) ©2016|
Author Nick Mattos joins the Passages series. Nick has been a long time friend and collaborator having appeared in my film I Am Not Myself Today, the feature film Spark and in work created for Pulse. Nick was a long time contributor to Just Out and PQ Monthly among other publications writing on spirituality, relationships and LGBT issues.
Saturday, March 19, 2016
|Bedroom Series (Christopher Hall no.01) ©2016|
Thursday, March 17, 2016
|Passages (Christopher Hall no. 01) ©2016|
Tuesday, March 1, 2016
|Andy J © 2016|
Eight naked men, in alphabetical order in my bed. As I finalize the last remaining shoots for the bedroom series in Portland and gear up for my next grand adventure this summer I thought I'd revisit some of the previous shoots with a few outtakes. Enjoy
Friday, February 26, 2016
|Heliotrope no 01 © 2016|
Friday, February 19, 2016
|Broken Bits no. 01 ©2016|
Thursday, February 18, 2016
As if I haven't been busy enough between producing theatre and my art career I'm actually hard at work in my fleeting off time on a new Boarding School record tentatively titled Automatic Hiawatha. It'll be out sometime before the end of 2016 but I decided to drop a teaser of a few tracks (still in demo form) in the meantime.
|Viridescent no. 01 ©2016|
New series Viridescent sort of spontaneously birthed itself out of the Digital Debris practice. More4 focused on impressionisti, painterly manipulated portatuer than the repatitive pop art style of debris' fractured glitches. It's yet another exploration of the way technology interfaces with expression. Memory has always been best represented as a disolve to me, an inkblot bleeding at the edges of perception and conciousness. A little nightmarish, a little sexy, a queasy green feeling of fear and envy.