Brandon Aleson and Adam Primack | Thermal Dynamics

June 13 – August 8, 2014

What does it mean to eat some thing? What happens in the digestive action when one object is subsumed and incorporated into another? Utilizing interactive sound, realtime imaging and heat, the physicality of hunger and its inverse – to be sated, to become something else through the internal assimilation of an external object – is extrapolated beyond the guttural realm, wrenched out of its gastric cocoon and transposed onto the Jack Straw New Media Gallery by resident artists Brandon Aleson and Adam Primack.


Brandon Aleson

Originally from the greater Los Angeles area, Brandon Aleson relocated to Seattle shortly after finishing undergrad at UC Santa Barbara. Using sound, image, and food (gustation) as means of intervention…


Sound Clips

  • Jack Straw New Media Gallery Interview: Brandon Aleson Brandon Aleson