Kadet Kuhne is part of a growing mob convincingly arguing that intriguing digital art and Southern California are not antithetical. An installation and video artist as well as a musician, Kadet‘s Thin Air was entirely created with Sensorium, an interactive software environment, but the process is really only as important as the result. The result is a strange and enveloping pocket of barely-there music: synthetic scrapes, soothing plinks, the sounds of live patch cords plugging in. Yet Kadet‘s work somehow looms larger than the sum of its soundwaves, grasping for a larger, more impressively cinematic headspace.