Science gives us the means to perceive and to understand the world and universe around us.  Art is capable of giving expression to that which is unseen but still very much a part of reality.  There are points at which these means of perception, understanding, and expression may overlap, and in doing so yield unexpected insights.  I look for such nodes in my work. 

I created my first formal art/science collaboration 4 years ago.   The ClimateMusic Project seeks to add a visceral quality to climate literacy by using music to model climate data.  This non-profit collaborative includes leading scientists, musicians/artists, and technologists and premiered its first work, "Climate", by composer Erik Ian Walker, at the Chabot Space & Science Center in Oakland, CA in November, 2015.  After having staged two very successful performance cycles in the San Francisco Bay Area, we are now developing new content for national and international audiences.   Our collaborators include:

1 Minute Promo Video

Stephan Crawford, Founder and Executive Producer of the ClimateMusic Project, talks about how music can be a powerful tool for communicating the risks of climate change. An interview by Emma Phillips, Disaster Risk Management Specialist at GFDRR, on the sidelines of the 2018 Understanding Risk Forum.

Media Coverage

Here is a conversation about the intersection of science, art, and action on climate change: 

 12/20/2017

12/20/2017

Other press

             Turning Climate Change Data into Music

            Turning Climate Change Data into Music

 Nov 11, 2017

Nov 11, 2017

 Science Meets Art: Music to Fight Global Warming, 2/19

Science Meets Art: Music to Fight Global Warming, 2/19

 October 10, 2017

October 10, 2017

 November 16, 2017 (in French)

November 16, 2017 (in French)

 The Sound of Climate Change, 11/18/2015

The Sound of Climate Change, 11/18/2015

 11/20/2015 (in German)

11/20/2015 (in German)