REUBEN TELUSHKIN is a multidisciplinary artist whose work is rooted at the intersection of sonic and sculptural arts. Telushkin’s work archives Black history through reimagining audio-visual devices and their function. His works are a pathway for participants to explore the dimensionality of time. Telushkin’s formal arts practice is informed by his experience as a radio DJ–using airwaves to connect communities across the globe. Telushkin builds opportunities for participants to engage with interactive electronic music environments through the production of soundscapes and pop-up community radio stations. Much of his work integrates sound installation with sensors, microprocessors, and performance. As a Detroit resident, Telushkin is influenced by the city’s history of innovation in music technology. For him sound art is a means to explore the emergent properties in community networks as a pathway to Black liberation. He is a resident at Talking Dolls Studio.