LOOP Barcelona Screening

April 29, 2015

My KenKen GS video was included in program of audiovisual works curated by Richard Garet and Barbara Held for LOOP Barcelona.

The screening presented works of David Baker-Florian Wittenburg, Blake Carrington, Melissa F. Clarke, Andrew Demirjian, David Galbraith, Lorenzo Gattorna, Sandra Gibson-Luis Recoder, Richard Garet, Andy Graydon-Kenneth Kirschner, Jim Haynes, Victoria Keddie, LoVid, Katherine Liberovskaya-Phill Niblock, David Linton, Yann Novak, Ursula Scherrer-Brian Chase, Pinkcourtesyphone, Phillip Stearns, Fernando Velazquez and Byron Westbrook.

Hyphen Hub First Anniversary October 8th

September 24, 2014

Presentation of a video work for the first anniversary celebration at Hyphen Hub.

October 8th, 7pm-12am

The Red Door
131 W. 24th Street 6th Floor
New York,  NY 10011

Free event. Advanced ticket reservation is essential.

Reserve Free Ticket

still image from 2013 video entitled Trio

still from Trio, 36:08, silent


Presentation at Leaders in Software and Art Salon

July 8, 2014

Discussed recent work at the LED Lab for a Leaders in Software and Art salon.

Talk at LED Lab

LED Lab Presentation

Installation view of KenKen GS at NYC Makers

July 1, 2014

Installation view of KenKen GS (2011-2014)

Installation at the Museum of Arts and Design for NYC Makers: The MAD Biennial

NYC Makers: The MAD Biennial opening July 1st

April 29, 2014

Upcoming exhibition at the Museum of Arts and Design

About the Exhibition

In July 2014, the Museum of Arts and Design will inaugurate NYC Makers: The MAD Biennial, an exhibition that spotlights the creative communities thriving across the five boroughs today. The first exhibition to be organized under the leadership of MAD’s new Director Glenn Adamson, NYC Makers will showcase the work of approximately 100 makers—highly inventive artisans, artists, and designers who create objects or environments through exquisite workmanship and skill.



Density documentation

April 28, 2014

Posted documentation of Density at Harvestworks



installation view:






Exhibition opening April 25 at Harvestworks

February 11, 2014

Please join me for the opening reception of my solo show at Harvestworks in New York.

[Apr 25-27] David Galbraith: Density

Friday April 25th, 7pm (Opening)
Sat/Sun, Apr 26/27, 3pm to 7pm (Installation)
Admission: FREE

596 Broadway, #602 | New York, NY 10012 | Phone: 212-431-1130
Subway: F/M/D/B Broadway/Lafayette, R Prince, 6 Bleecker


Density is a generative installation of abstract animation with six-channel sound based on a vintage mathematics reference text. Reversing the traditional visual music mapping from musical pitch to color hue, Density structures the sonic realm through constraints derived from the visual domain. The animation is created with custom software which simultaneously generates sound via granular synthesis controlled by the image track, sparking the interplay between image and sound.

Exhibition opening and performance Jan. 11 in Los Angeles

January 6, 2014

I have new work opening in Los Angeles on Saturday, January 11. Please join me for the opening event where I’ll be performing at 7pm.

Opening: Saturday January 11 5-9pm



DSE 6:00pm

David Galbraith 7:00pm

Dewey Ambrosino & Jacqueline Kiyomi Gordon 8:00pm

Samuel Freeman Gallery
2639 South La Cienega Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90034
+1 (310) 425-8601

See the press release in the previous post for details about the exhibition.

Exhibition at Samuel Freeman

January 2, 2014

Press release for Dewey Ambrosino, David Galbraith, Jacqueline Kiyomi Gordon, David Schafer exhibition

LUMEN 2013 Video and Performance Festival

May 22, 2013


Please join me for LUMEN 2013.

image of LUMEN Festival Invitation postcard



LUMEN 2013 will feature video installations, new media projections, animation, light and sound art, curated this year by David C. Terry and Esther Neff.

The fourth annual LUMEN Video and Performance Festival will be taking place at Lyons Pool. The pool, one of a group of eleven immense public swimming pools that opened throughout the city in the summer of 1936, will be transformed by 63 local and international artists who will participate in this year’s LUMEN Festival.

Free and open to the public.

Presented by Staten Island Arts in partnership with NYC Parks & Recreation.



Lyons Pool is located at 6 Victory Blvd (at Murray Hulbert Ave.) Staten Island, NY 10301, about a 5 minute bus or train ride via public transportation from the St. George Ferry Terminal or an 8 minute bike ride or 15 minute walk. Note: There is a pedestrian bridge at the foot of Victory Blvd (at Bay Street), that takes you directly to Lyons Pool. The ferry ride is approximately 30 minutes, and its schedule can be found here. Bike Valet is provided by Bicycle Utopia.


Special food trucks will be set up at the event. There will also be beer and sangria available for purchase on-site.



www.lumenfest.org provides more information about LUMEN and the artists involved, transportation, and view images from previous years’ festivals.