Dylan Robert Tauber

Biography

Dylan Tauber is an artist, musician, and author, who has been based in NYC, Jerusalem, Miami, a remote island in the south western Pacific, and now in Northern Israel.
Dylan Tauber has been producing music, artwork, and writing since he began his prolific career in 1996 with the ambitious Double Mirrors anthology, which includes a book, video slide shows, soundtrack, and companion website at www.DoubleMirrors.com. The Double Mirrors project evolves years later, as Tauber continues to explore the cyber-spiritual revolution. In addition to releasing six ambient / electronica music albums through his Son of Waves Studios music label, Dylan runs a network of eight web sites which include an online imaging / photo gallery, and a video archive. This network of web sites has reached over 2 million page views since 1996. Dylan published two books in 2001.

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Books

The Doorway
By Dylan Robert Tauber
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 118,030. Language: English. Published: November 27, 2013. Category: Nonfiction
"The Doorway" is the second book in the Double Mirrors anthology. It is an autobiographical account of the continued spiritual journey that led Dylan Tauber to discover his theory of Ones and Zeros, the origin of the universe, and the nature of love as the defining force in all that exists.
Double Mirrors
By Dylan Robert Tauber
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 136,470. Language: English. Published: November 27, 2013. Category: Nonfiction
"Double Mirrors" is an autobiographical account of a spiritual journey by Dylan Robert Tauber, starting in a yeshiva in Milwaukee and ending with a round the world journey to find a Pacific island with dolphins and seclusion. Dylan Tauber shares some of the personal experiences, anecdotes, triumphs, and tragedies, that brought him to the realization of his Double Mirrors theory.

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