A collaboration between artist Kelly Markovich, MSVU Art Gallery, and Sound Walk September. The events include a walk (accessible for the entire month of September) hosted by MSVU Art Gallery and an artist talk.
Using the Echoes App, Markovich created an immersive experiential walk through and around the university grounds and she will be discussing her work and her process during an artist talk hosted by Walk, Listen, Create, London (TBD).
I feel honoured to be included in this year’s HearSay International Audio Arts Festival in Ireland. My piece “End of Summer” has been shortlisted for the HearSay Audio Prize and will be screened online on Thursday, May 13 at 9:30 am (AST).
As the CFAT x Nocturne Summer Artist-in-Residence, I have been responding to this year’s theme of echolocation by relying on the sense of hearing and the action of “deep listening”. For this project, I sourced bat communication from the feeding ecosystems and roosts around the Atlantic Provinces and created an immersive multi-channel acoustic experience.
POSTPONED UNTIL OCTOBER 2021
I am honoured to have been invited to take part in the Arctic Circle expedition in autumn 2020. During the residency, I will continue exploring the medium of sound with a comprehensive experimental sound art project in response to the High Arctic’s volatile and fragile ecosystem.
Thank you to Arts NS for supporting this project.
Sound Walk September is a yearly global festival celebrating sound walks. I’m pleased to participate in this event featuring a few new works and I will also be creating one walk each day that will be accessible throughout the month. Stay tuned!
Beginning tomorrow morning at 5:00 am (GMT-3), from my backyard in Dartmouth, NS. I will be joining this amazing global live streaming project.
Thank you to the folks at Reveil and NAISA for the invite and the tech support!
I am very excited to be travelling to NAISA North Media Arts Centre next month and to have the opportunity to work with their amazing artistic director Darren Copeland.
Darren will be helping to prepare me for the project I will be working on in the Arctic in October 2020.
This residency was made possible by Arts NS.
Designed to support research by conceptual artists interested in the acoustics of ecology and the sounds of wildlife, the Ayatana Biophony residency was an incredibly engaging and educational experience that I was fortunate to take part in. Like art-science camp that filled my curiosity, creativity and soul, it was a unique opportunity to explore sound with a group of fellow sonic enthusiasts and professionals!