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-CAVR generates previously unknown experience using a constantly evolving blend of electronic signals and meticulously resurrected post-consumer media. +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 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 headed by David Reynolds, with periodic assistance by J.F. Culhane, and Faulty Analogy and His Invisible Orchestra.+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.
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www.cavr.info 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. .