Music Without Generations or Borders

I work with Ken Montgomery & Sean Julian on the veteran underground record label Generations Unlimited. I take photos of the cassettes, manage the website, and manage exhibition set up with galleries. Recently, we exhibited archival materials and curated live performances at Sediment Gallery in Richmond, VA. We also exhibited archival materials as well as doing performances and installtions in 2014 at MoMA PS1 with the collective ALLGOLD.

Full catalog as of 2016.

Generations Unlimited at MoMA PS1, 2014.

Mission Statement
Generations Unlimited is an artist-run music company dedicated to the proponency of dramatic and challenging contemporary music. The movement is deliberately cyclical: many of the artists represented have greatly influenced us an one another, and so we seek to promote their music as a way of contributing to the history of dramatic electronic music for generations to come.
Originally founded in the 80s by Conrad Schnitzler, David Prescott, and Gen Ken, the label released music independently through their cassette network. Having been dormant for over two decades, Gen Ken, Sean Julian, and myself chose to revive the label by reissuing titles from the label's back catalogue onto tape as well as releasing new material from a newer generation of artists creating challenging music.