Center for Audio-Visual Research
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CAVR generates previously unknown experience using a constantly evolving blend of electronic signals and meticulously resurrected post-consumer media.
CAVR is as involved in producing visual material as it is in generating sound. This generally emerges on location: new media venues, rusty hulls of ships, film festivals, regional bus-lines, laundromats.
CAVR has been based in the undulating depths of New York City since 1994, and is the alter-ego of media artist David Reynolds, with periodic assistance by J.F. Culhane.