Laura Kavanaugh and Ian Birse present generative performance/installations using handmade hardware/software systems. From 1997 to 2002 they created artworks onsite throughout Canada and, in Europe, for the Kassel Documentary Film Festival, BACKUP festival (Weimar), LEM Festival (Barcelona), and the Audio Art Festival (Krakow). From 2003—2010 they realized location artworks across Canada, Australia (2004), Japan (2008), the United States (2008/2009), and South America (2009). From 2010—2013 they installed generative artworks for the 2010 Olympics in Vancouver, Peterborough Art Gallery, Interaccess (Toronto), the JNAAG (Sarnia), and NAISA/ NXNE Toronto, and mobile artlab/broadcasting projects for Sound Symposium (St. John’s) and Truck Gallery (Calgary). In 2014/2015 they presented installation/performance iterations of their generative/interactive work SLEEPER at New Music Kingston, the M:ST Festival Calgary, FIMAV Victoriaville, and the Museum of Vancouver during the 2015 ISEA colloquium.