American, multi-media artist, Jason Zeh (born in 1980) has roots in the Midwest noise and experimental music scene. In this context, he has worked for many years developing extended techniques for the use of audio tape in sound production. He has toured the US and abroad presenting his audio works. As a visual artist, Zeh has dedicated himself primarily to the use of copy machines to transform source material into abstract forms. His Xerox art has been featured on concert fliers and record covers for sound artists in his home country and internationally. Both audio and visual works rely on the use of the inherent flaws in reproduction technologies. Zeh devises strategies for intervening in the process of duplication in order to bring these flaws into sharp focus, an approach that he is now applying to VHS video.