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—"Soundwalking in the City: A Feminist Turn from Eye to Ear" published in Leonardo Music Journal Vol. 30 (December, 2020)

—New work exploring the "voices" of plant life to be presented as part of the Toronto Biennial of Art (November 2019)

—"Listening as Empathy, Sounding as Becoming" to be presented at RE:SOUND 2019 Media Art History conference at Aalborg University, Aalborg, Denmark (August 20-23, 2019)

—Performance as "Secretary to Death" in collaboration with Linda Montano in DAD ART at Chapel+Cultural Center, Troy, NY (December 5, 2018)

—Invited talk/workshop on "Deep Listening, Deep Sounding, Deep Walking" co-hosted by the Center for Sensory Studeis and the Ethnography Lab at Concordia University, Montreal, QC (November 27, 2018).

Some Day presented as part of Scott Smallwood's UNPOP installation at Burning Man Festival in Black Rock City, NV (August 23-September 3, 2018)

Presecription for greiving (for Pauline) performed by Novarumori as part of "Still Listening" at La Sala Rossa, Montreal, QC (June 3, 2018)

—Presentation on "Art App Accessibility: tecnology, socio-economics, mobility" in collaboration with Cristyn Magnus at New Music Gathering, held at the Boston Conservatory at Berklee (May 18, 2018).

Presecription for greiving (for Pauline) presented as part of Iris Garrelfs' The Listening Wall in Sonorities Festival, Belfast, UK (April 18-22, 2018)


O L D  N E W S

Listening Here, a web-app for mindful listening, "beta" launches at Albany Center Gallery, Albany NY (September 1, 2017)

—Solo sound exhibition, In the Throats of Trees, at ohrenhoch, der Geräuschladen, Berlin, Germany (September 25 & October 3, 2016)

Torch Song presented in 17 Days, at Atrium Gallery, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI (April 18-May 27, 2016)

—New performance, Little Baby Crying Momma, as part of Q Entity at The Linda Mary Montano Art/Life Institute in Kingston, NY (November 21, 2015)

—Solo exhibition, For Romantic Fantasy, at La Fonderie Darling, Montréal, QC (April 2-May 24, 2015)

Cricket, Tree, Crow presented in Sonorous Kingdom: Stephanie Loveless, Matt Smith and Paul Walde, a show that examines the relationship between vegetation and sound, at the Surrey Art Gallery in Surrey, BC (July 12, 2014—January 5, 2015).

—Artist project with Alexis Bhagat, Stopover, published in Issue 122 of C Magazine (Summer 2014)

Cricket, Tree, Crow reviewed in The Field Reporter (USA) and Neural Magazine (IT) (March, 2014).

Cricket, Tree, Crow featured on edition #455 of Framework Radio (February, 2014).

—Evening-length concert as part of the Musical Ecologies Series in Brooklyn, NY (February 6, 2014).

Lines presented as part of the 10-year retrospective concert of SoundImageSound Festival, in Stockton, CA (January 30, 2014).

—Mini-reception for the 4.1 DVD publication of Cricket, Tree, Crow as part of Sound Off Salon in NYC (November 14, 2013).

Cricket, Tree, Crow released as a 4.1 DVD by Audience Editions with liner notes by David Dunn, available through Sound & Language Distribution and electrocd (October, 2013).

Cricket, Tree, Crow presented in a month-long installation as part of the FAS - Feria de arte sonoro, in San Juan, Puerto Rico (October, 2013).

Torch Song presented as part of the 2013 Anarchist Art Festival, NYC (April, 2013).

Cricket, Tree, Crow presented as part of the 12th Annual CSUF New Music Festival, Voice in the 21st Century, Fullerton, CA (December, 2012).

—Radiophonic version of Cricket, Tree, Crow (and "making-of" radio show) broadcast on CKUT radio, Montréal, QC (December, 2012).

—Quadraphonic sound piece, Crittering: Cricket, Tree, Crow, premiered at The Invisible Dog as part of MATÉ_series #2 in Brooklyn, NY (September, 2012), and presented as part of the EMF's Ear to the Earth 2012 in New York, NY (October, 2012).