Curtis Tamm (*1987 CA) is a site-specific, research based sound artist and filmmaker who reimagines the present-day conception of catastrophe and other confounding natural events. His exhibitions and performances proffer a cultural cosmology capable of accepting these occurrences, rather than disregarding them geological mistakes. Tamm’s technically driven sound exhibitions and events of live-cinema create animate the perspective of a “people-to-come”. His artwork appears to the public as a hologram of human culture; one that responds to confounding natural events with spontaneous group experiences of play, through sound and cinema in public space. His recent residencies and self-initiated projects have been geologically specific, focused upon developing a sense of intimacy with the geologically unthinkable.