David Wilson: Arrivals

Dear friends,

I had the honor of taking part in the beautiful installation Arrivals by artist David Wilson, one of a few recipient’s to this years SFMOMA (San Francisco Museum of Modern Art) annual SECA award.  This event kicked off one of 6 guided journeys in outdoor locations around SF.   The music was written in collaboration with Andy Cabic (Vetiver) and my good friend Tony Cross.  It was performed in a eucalyptus grove in the beautiful Park Presidio, where one of David’s incredible painting’s along with a recorded document of our performance will live for the next two months.  It was a very special experience!  If you happen to live in the Bay Area, please take a moment and visit while it’s up (roughly until mid November).

Follow the above SFMOMA link for more info on the project and to follow David’s progress.

Much Love,


Some nice moments from the event…


Tony revealing the magic of the harmonium.


David Wilson & Colter Jacobsen playing under the canopy, sing along style.


Tony with the majestic “Frog Woman Rock” painting to give a sense of scale – 16 ft!

Photo by Terri Lowenthal

Photo by Terri Lowenthal


Photo by Terri Lowenthal


Photo by Terri Lowenthal

IMG_5652One of four cassette players which played prepared sounds (synth, bells, drone) along with Tony and I on 12 string guitar, harmonium, wine glasses, and the wind in the trees.


Singing wine glass with cassettes. Photo by Terri Lowenthal

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