SOUL JUNK is an installation that immerses its audience in video and sound. It places participants inside a metaphoric mind at work, mimicking synaptic circuitry firing in the brain. Using extemporaneous performance clips, SJ juxtaposes emotionally raw insights and confessions about family trauma, love, and loss with meditations upon how corporate interests drive contemporary politics.



Supported by Queens Council on the Arts, QAF Award

Video documentation of installations.

Video interview by Zachary Keeting and Christopher Joy