Denton Peter McCabe is an artist, writer, and composer living and working out of Santa Fe, New Mexico. Originally identifying as a composer and DJ, McCabe began making visual art with the intent of having work created for his own musical releases. His first showing as an artist was in 2016, at the now defunct Push Drive Studios in Albuquerque, New Mexico. By the end of that year, McCabe had completed numerous large scale canvases and had began working with New Media, creating video art and photo manipulations, while continuing to show his work in traditional media. At the moment, his interdisciplinary body of work unites knowledge and studies from the fields of music, art, sociology, critical theory, and marketing; he works by taking this information and abstracting it into unique personal statements. McCabe categorizes his work according to singular projects, each with its own title, set of inspirations, and specific approach to form. His project Head Worship marked his first attempt at integrating the roles of artist and composer, as well as his first explorations of video art with the aid of Jitter. Canvaskiller, a self-referential home video set to an original techno soundtrack, explores the creative act, and as source material, uses documentation of the isolated processes involved in creating a series of mixed media collages and glitch inspired prints. His musical compositions have been performed and recorded by The Parhelion Trio (New York), RE: New Music (Chicago), and Musical Amoeba (New York). He has shown his paintings, collages, and video art in Rome, New Smyrna Beach, Santa Fe, Las Cruces, Albuquerque, and Taos. McCabe’s writings have been published by Clandestine Ritual Recordings (Atlanta) and The Superstition Review (Tempe). McCabe has also created videos for electronic music artists Kevin Sting, CFOR and WURM.