(clarinet, tenor sax, WX5, vocals)
Dwight is Professor of Converging Media at the Kansas City Art Institute. He is the recipient of a Peabody Award for his work with his childhood neighbor Harry S. Truman (as part of Lost & Found Sound), and two NEA grants for his From Ark to Microchip radio series (heard weekly on KKKI-FM). Dwight studied Afro-Futurist metaphysics with Sun Ra and video art with Douglas Davis. He worked with John Cage, Pauline Oliveros, Stelarc, Moby, Step Buddy Anderson, Ellen Fullman, David Cope, David Ossman, Victor Papanek, and Alvin Curran among others. Frizzell is a founding member of newEar, BCR and Myth-Science Ensemble.