was born in 1968, the son of a military father and artist mother,
later to become soley raised by his mother. His works reflect an
undertone that is strongly influenced by the "horror"
culture that his mother wrote and illustrated for. He later
became absorbed by the early 20th century movements of DaDaism and
Futurism in the late 80's. DeVico's works are an ongoing process,
pulling in an incestuous amount of data, mix-matching and a spewing
forth with either a precision architect or an automated response
from his surroundings. He has created with audio on and off over
the last 13 years, using borrowed equipment, magnets, cassette players,
and found objects in the early 90's to field recordings and software
as of the last 2 years. He is also a member of the musician collective
known as Tapegerm.
Presently he is looking into utilizing web media software to create
random generated audio sculptures while producing his own digital
visual works. He is a resident of Chapel Hill, North Carolina and
is looking for work. More of his audio works as well as his visual
art may be viewed at http://devico.us.