Thomas Bey William Bailey and I are excited to show our sound and light installation, Interference: Havana, at NMASS 2019 on Saturday night.

It is a relatively safe adaptation and interpretation of the sonic attack on the US embassy in Cuba, in which you may voluntarily confront the reality of psycho-acoustic weaponry and sonic deterrents.

While we have avoided reproducing any of the dangerous effects of the initial incident, hearing protection is recommended, and you should attend at your own risk. Video of the last iteration is in the comments below.

I’d recommend getting advance tickets for the whole weekend, there will be some amazing performances. NMASS is a fantastic event for the entire creative community.