Musical indeterminacy, environmental sound shaping, and open-access art comprise the focus of Jason Cress’s work as a multimedia artist. His projects often explore circuit-building, audio feedback, and real-time electroacoustic composition. By repurposing commonly found waste materials, he seeks to design easily replicable instruments as sound sculptures or performative objects. These creations are intended to be applied in public spaces through adaptive, temporary, and spontaneous points of interaction.

> Standing Wave Analog Feedback Device (2018)

> Open Cylinder Waveguide (2017)

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> jasoncress@berkeley.edu