easy to learn hard to forget

2016-2020 / 14 mins 54 secs / Digital / Color / Mono‚Äč

(soon to be released as a limited edition VHS by Physical Books & Media)

Soon:

Film Screening (Bolzano Italy): cicatrix dreaming at the Analogica Festival, December 3-6

VHS tape: easy to learn hard to forget & Zora (edition of 20 copies, Physical Books & Media)

Postcard Set: Only Chance Is Fair (edition of 50 copies, Physical Books & Media)

Video Installation (Santa Fe NM): Closed Off Opening at Social Structures, SFAI (Dec-Feb 2020)

Photobook: Flea Market Finds (Spring 2021)

Photobook: Salad Days and Salad Nights (photographs by Jeremy Hogan edited by Rhody, Spring 2021)

Short Film: Move-Outs (feat. musical score by Carlos Gonzalez)

Photobook: Faces of Advertising (Summer 2021)

 

Recent:

Film Screening (San Fransisco): easy to learn hard to forget at ATA Gallery, Nov 5th 2020

Balam Magazine (Argentina): Issue #6 (featuring work from The Western Lands series)

Online Feature: Vernacular Visions online slideshow at The Casserole Series

Video: Zora (collaboration with David Graves & Jorge Bachmann, 2020 / 4 min 38 sec / MiniDV / Color / Stereo)

Video: easy to learn hard to forget (2016-2020 / 14 mins 53 secs / Digital / Color / Mono)

Cassette/Digital: Indochina Soundscraps (field recordings by Abigail Smith, mixing & editing by Rhody)

Video: Tamara (collaboration with David Graves & Bryan Day, 2020 / 3 min 20 sec / Digital / Color / Stereo)

7" Record: "the last two songs i wrote" (1-sided transparent lathe cut, edition of 10)

Residency/Grant: Vital Spaces, Santa Fe NM

Sponsorship: Kodak Film sponsorship to complete work on the No Fixed Borders Florida project

Sound Archives: (D)(B)(H) (free-improv ensemble 2005-2013, feat. 15 releases for download)

                            Friends & Relatives Records (underground label 1999-2016, feat. 81 releases for download)

                                  Dysmal Abyss (trash-doom trio formed by neighborhood flyers, belfast maine 2008-9)

                                  Smut (two-piece hardcore band, 1998-2011)

                            Solo recordings (2003-2009)