Maxine Heller was born in Pittsburgh in 1946.
She has been a fiber artist for over 30 years.
Her works have been exhibited locally and appear
in private collections nationally and abroad.
Long married to computer music composer David
Mooney, she has performed the vocals for a number
of his text pieces and, in several cases, written
the texts themselves.
David R. Mooney
Davis Mooney (b. 1949) is a composer of fixed
music on disc. After two decades in the visual
arts he returned to music in the 1990s. His
first public performance was at a Music on the
Edge concert in 1998. His work has been heard
at concerts, festivals and conferences in Asia,
Europe, Australia, North America and the Caribbean,
including ICMC, SEAMUS, Electronic Music Midwest,
Logos Foundation Summer Concerts, the Shy Anne
Film and Video Festival, EuCue Concerts, Bourges
Festival Synthese, Zeppelin2004, 60x60, and
at Engine 27. Mooney's 24-part work Rhythmiconic
Sections is available on the AUR label.