///I use different media technologies to explore the aesthetics of medial breakdown, glitch and decay. Through employing processes that manipulate the medium directly and articulate the contours of its medial apparatus – manipulating video signals, copying tapes or directly scratching on film, to name a few techniques – I explore how mechanisms for inscribing knowledge about the world can be re-imagined as autopoetic aesthetic systems. Influenced by a range of 20th century avant-garde aesthetic approaches (ranging from John Cage to Stan Brakhage) and information theory, my media work blurs distinctions between aesthetic, cultural products and the discourse and technologies through which we extend our senses and produce ways of knowing the world. Epistemologies of media meet phenomenologies of perception///