Adam Tinkle’s work considers sound, listening, improvisation, and co-creation across divides of artistic discipline and social location. His path winds between performances, gallery exhibitions, site-specific interventions, participatory workshops, and collaborations in a range of media, including an audio drama featuring Marina Abramovic and Kim Stanley Robinson and the ambisonic sound design for the award-winning 360 VR film “How to Tell a True Immigrant Story.” His music releases on Risky Forager, Edgetone, and Midnight Gallery span noise, jazz, and folksong, and his recent video installations imagine feedback as a form of machinic desire.