- Soul Junk
- Wappen Field
- Neural: Cleave
- Tea with Estelle
- Subduing the Korengal Valley
- Share...AptArt Salon, "A View from the Cloud"
AptArt, A View from the Cloud, curated by Nina Colosi, Streaming Museum
May 24- June 28, 2017
70 Pine Street, #710
New York, NY
Duke University, Power Plant Gallery
explores how artists navigate the depths of sound experience.
Here, protest, politics, and dissent are embodied in digital sound files. Broadcasted, they defy the transient nature of sound – only inasmuch as a single file can be replayed. Through repetition something happens.
Does one really hear the same thing twice?
From podcast to experimental audio, each artist captured, molded, manipulated, mediated, or composed sound into a document. The works embrace environment|climate change, diaspora|e/im/migration, incarceration|torture, and memory|trauma, deepening auditory perceptions.
January 13-Febraury 17, 2017
Curator: Caitlin Margaret Kelly
Stony Brook University, Digital Arts Culture & Technology Center
50 Years of Music & Technology: From Sine Waves to Robots
Perform Impulsions with composer Phil Edlestein, October 14, 2016
Other performing Artists: Seth Cluett, Lauren Hayes, George Lewis, Izzi Ramkissoon, Troy Rogers, and Carla Scaletti
Newlyn Art Gallery & The Exchange - Film
Film by Frank Norden about the artists participating in the Restructure residency in Penzance, Cornwall, England,
July 18-August 6, 2016
Paris Diary by Laure de Gramont
Michelle Jaffé making a new sound recording at the Tremenheere Sculpture Park in Gulval, Cornwall, England, August 3, 2016
WBAI "State of the Art" radio interview with Savona Bailey-McClain
July 1, 2016, New YorkAll images, sound, video & text (with exception to listed Authors), © Michelle Jaffé, 2000-2018 An icompendium Site