The Sonic Antarctica project is a radio broadcast, live performance and sound and visual installation featuring recordings of the Antarctic soundscape made during the author's seven-week National Science Foundation residency in Antarctica during the 2007/2008 season.
Click & Glueconsists of four metal walls hanging from the ceiling that define a space in which a balloon filled with helium moves and floats through the air. The balloon is connected to a nylon thread and a mechanism that distributes glue.
Grow - Fruits of Kronos is an installation that reflects on the connection and relationship between machine and nature. The work consists of a machine controlled by a certain algorithm that changes the position of a plant in relation to a static light source.
The project 'NomadicMILK' compares the distribution and sales strategies of two very different milkproduct-merchands in Nigeria. With the help of GPS systems, the driveways of the as nomads living 'Fulani' are reconstructed and compared to those of an active enterpreneurial milk producer, called 'PEAK milk'.
Madeskimo is the alter-ego of Geronimo Inutiq. Using electronic music equipment, he presents sounds and music referencing dub, electronica, urban music, and electroacoustics, all with the cultural filter of having originated in the changing face of the Canadian arctic.
Besides indicating a geographical direction, 'Deep North' is a powerful metaphor describing a state of paralysis in which an individual, a group or even a whole nation can find themselves as a result of being cut-off from the greater
other. Indeed restrained contact with the outside world creates a state of isolation comparable to the common image of the northern hemisphere.