My previous research explored how digital media/technology impacts musicians and creative artists in terms of gaining popularity and musical evaluations/recognition.  My current research explores how digital media/technology impacts the way in which we interact and experience music, sound and arts. Focusing on a practice-based research based on my own projects, performances and exhibitions, I am interested in developing project that centers on sound/visual interactions, sound/text interactions, and further engaging audiences' direct participation as a part of audio/visual experience.  Overall, I examine not only the ways in which digital technologies push boundaries in the artist/audience interaction but also in the ways in which different mediums combine to yield manifold aesthetic experiences.