Errant Soundbath is a collaborative experimental, folktronica project that employs elements of noise, soundscape, indeterminacy, improvisation and performance art. Collaborators have included: Phil Pintor, Jackson Cate, Austin Steigemeier, and Patrick Culbertson.
Spokane Noisefest V, January 20, 2017 at Object Space
Filmed at Object Space in Spokane, Washington by Culby Cove featuring Dario Ré on vintage casio keyboard, typewriter, guitar, percussion and loop; Phil Pintor on violin; and Jackson Cate on bass.
Songs for Rent: Emotional Cartography, 2014
In Songs for Rent: Emotional Cartography, I am exploring my oldest son's spatial narrative through a materialization of original songs that embody the places we’ve lived. By the time he was three-years old he had lived in nine different homes back and forth across Eastern Canada and Western United States. This has subsequently fragmented his relationship to place. In an effort to address this fragmentation, which is increasingly common in our society of modern transience, I have mapped a series of songs that relate to home, landscape and community—a personal narrative within an emotional geography.
Music in Place, 2014
Performance intervention, Montréal, Québec
Realized in collaboration with Right to the City, an ongoing socially-engaged project between Concordia University students and faculty (in Art History, Oral History and Theater) and the community at large in Pointe-Saint-Charles, Montréal, Québec, I performed songs and soundscapes to activate and question the dynamics of the social and architectural space of Grace church—home to the vital community center, Share the Warmth.
For information please visit: www.righttothecity.atwaterlibrary.ca