• 2020

    Bird Park Survival Station
    multi-species climate emergency project, 2015-ongoing


    visit the Vimeo showcase to see the Bird Park videos, and read notes about each one.

    Bird Park Survival Station, is a research collaboration with local birds, including the crow family whose...

  • 2019

    Wild Empathy
    research and immersive art about Pacific Northwest ancient trees and forests, 2018-20

    The Wild Empathy immersive art will be exhibited at Science World in their Search Gallery, fall 2019 to spring 2020.

    British Columbia (BC) is known for its wilderness and lush green forests. Our intact forests with old-growth trees...

  • 2016


    EPIC_Tom expands on new media performance by incorporating canine voice and creativity. For this interspecies project, the artists ask: what is a dog experiencing the moment just before catching a ball? Could it be proto-euphoric—eager, expectant, desirous? The performance explores visualizing and sonifying, in a live setting, canine collaborator Tom’s state of mind...

  • 2015

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    Created with the artists’ field recordings of bird and insect communications in Fillongley Park, and Andreyev's theremin accompaniment, Biophilia proposes a more-than-human relational soundscape. The contributions from raven, crow, robin, flicker, cricket individuals are treated here as communications—calls presenting opportunities for responses...

  • 2014

    Salmon People considers the shared ecologies of salmon and humans through videos of spawning salmon combined with human activity in the ocean and river waters that are part of this Adams River salmon population’s migration route. The project presents a below-water point of view, a realm normally unavailable to human eyes. Salmon, human, marine bird sounds make up the sonic field in the...

  • 2013


    Founded in 2013, the Vegan Congress is an activist group creating relational art to develop discourse on veganism and practical ethics with regards to other animals. The objectives of the group are to offer compassionate means to consider animals as subjects of their own lives. The group aims to make more...

  • 2011

    Wait explores the human-companion species relationship, using installation techniques of computer vision and interactive video. As a gallery visitor enters the installation space, a life-size video projection shows a dog walking towards the visitor. If the visitor continues to stand in position, the dog will also stand and wait, observing the visitor. If the visitor turns to leave, the dog also walks away.  In...

  • 2010

    *glisten) HIVE  is a project that aggregates, visualizes and sonifies Twitter communications about animals. The project offers textual representations of empathy, as a form of ecological relating. The Tweets selected for the project are mapped into the installation as animated text mimicking social-insect swarming patterns. The animations are created using Max/MSP software that...

  • 2010

    Canines primarily investigate the world through scent-perception. Human noses have six million scent receptor sites, while dog noses have about three hundred million. Dogs have more genes for coding olfactory cells, more olfactory cells, and the receptors in the nose  connect directly to olfactory bulbs. This combination of more and differing types, and quicker connections, affords dogs an estimated million times more sensitivity to scent than humans.

    Dogs love to...

  • 2009

    For Aria Andreyev worked with canine collaborators, Sugi and Tom, to explore an archetypal Canadian landscape—Banff National Park. The narrative climaxes with Tom pictured singing a canine aria, a sonic expression of emotional connection to the environment.

    Aria, an operatic form with origins in 18th century Italian music, is defined as a long accompanied song by a solo voice. The aria...