Carbon is currently part of music ensembles HEVM, Metalux, and occasionally Wolf Eyes. Past collaborations include Aki Onda, Azita Youssefi, C. Spencer Yeh, Charlemagne Palestine, Evan Parker, Lesley Flanigan, Maria Chavez, Mario Diaz de Leon, Okkyung Lee, Richard Garet,  Shelley Hirsch, Tony Conrad, Tristan Perich and Zach Layton.  She co-founded West Nile, a DIY performance space in Brooklyn from 2006-2012, which hosted sound artists spanning the world. She has done residencies at Q-02 (BR), EMS (SE), Issue Project Room (NY), The Clocktower Gallery (NY), and Roulette, (NY).  She has composed work for The String Orchestra of Brooklyn and for several independent films. Carbon is composing a new score that will be premiered in the Fall of 2019!

MV Carbon with Tony Conrad

Dia Art Foundation, NY, NY 2012

80 WE, NY, NY 2012

Ramiken Crucible,  NY, NY, 2010

Lehmann Maupin Gallery, NY, NY-11/9, 2009

The Tate Modern, London, Tony Conrad’s exhibition, Unprojectable: Projection and Perspective, Turbine Room,  06/14/08

No Fun Fest, Knitting Factory, NYC, 2009

Harvard Film Archive, Cambridge, MA- 03/05/08

Issue Project RoomBrooklyn, NY-01/03/08

WFMU, 2007

Copenhagen’s Music Theatre,  Copenhagen, Denmark, 2007

RIXC, Latvia, Riga, 2007

Museum of Contemporary Art, Detroit, Michigan, 2007

Argos/Bozar, Belguim, Forty-Five years on the Infinite Plain (1972-2007) by Tony Conrad, 2007

Sonic Circuits, Washington, DC, 2007


MV Carbon with Brian Chase, Nick Zinner, Shahin Motia
Cinema 16 at the Metropolitan Museum of Art





MV Carbon, with Maria Chavez, and Lesley Flanigan

Sound Spill - Maria-Carbon-Lesley (1 of 1)

performing together with Melissa Dubbin and Aaron S. Davidson’s

‘Volumes for Sound’ installation at the Sound Spill exhibition

Zabludowicz Collection

Presented in conjunction with Audio Visual Arts (AVA)

Maria Chavez, MV Carbon, and Lesley Flanigan performing together at



HEVM is MV Carbon with Eve Essex and Hunter Hunt-Hendrix