Project Contributors

MJ Caselden
Founder, Creative Director

Patrick Delorey
Design + Fabrication

Matthew Bergman
Photography

Stokes NYC
Design + Fabrication

Maria Christodoulou
Event Management

Bruce Jillian
Woodworking + Fabrication

Ksenia Zabotina
Photography

Victoria Sigler
Accounting

Hellyn Teng
Exhibition Management

Lily Su
3D Modeling

Alyssa Moxley
Admin Assistance + Outreach

Dragan Zivkovic
Firmware Development

Gabriel Andrade
Creative Tech + Design

Nabi Salomon
Design + Fabrication

Andrew Hlynsky
Creative Tech + R&D

Joseph D. Hodler, Esq.
Legal + IP Guidance

Special Thanks to:

English Kills Art Gallery + 907 Crew, Andy Cavatorta

and Business Dev. Gurus: Bruce Nussbaum, Steve Milton, and Ed Caselden


Partners + Sponsors

We are grateful for the many supporting contributors and sponsors helping us make this innovation a reality:

 
MJ Caselden with one of his sound sculptures in a suite room at the Wythe Hotel in New York City.

MJ Caselden with one of his sound sculptures in a suite room at the Wythe Hotel in New York City.

About the Founder

MJ Caselden is a sound artist and creative technologist based in New York City. He leads group listening rituals and workshops on innovative technology, and is exploring integration of meditative sound into healing arts and lifestyle.

MJ's sound art has been shown around the world in art and meditation spaces such as the New Museum of Contemporary Art, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, and Times Square NY.

MJ has a diverse background in electronic music and design, with training in electronics from the University of Southern California and New York University, as well as sound design from Berklee College of Music. His past academic endeavors included signal processing research at Tsinghua University in Beijing and at USC's Laboratory of Neuro Imaging (LONI).

MJ's interest in energy exchange through technology led him to prototyping and electronics design for new product ideas, starting with audio at Beats by Dr. Dre in Los Angeles. He was the starting engineer at littleBits Electronics, the NYC-based hardware startup, where he led firmware development for product releases as the company expanded.

MJ currently directs a team of engineers and designers creating innovative prototypes, products, and works of art for entities such as Intel, Lexus, and the Microsoft Music x Technology program with Listen.