I imaginatively call my VJ softwares BX, BX2, BX3 etc, and the date when first performed live is given. Since 2003 everything has been audio-reactive in some way.
I fell into VJing by accident, when microsound guru Kim Cascone asked if I'd do some glitch visuals for his tour. Of course, I had no idea what to do, and naively programmed some mashed-up flickering visuals. Anyway, although I prefer the still image to animation, I'm really glad I've kept my hand in, so to speak, because now I use my VJ software to make photographic prints in my flat panel photogram technique.
Themes: fatal accidents, murder, terrorism
Theme: digital and organic textures
Theme: growth and decay
Theme: people concentrating hard
Theme: workers operating machines, machines operating workers
Themes: computer memory, obsolete hardware