I took the audience on a walk in which I spontaneously sang my memories of the special walks previously shown to me by inhabitants of Athens. I also shared remembered spoken words. The performance was a walking improvised concert that responded to the audience and invited them into the intimacy of a shared walk, where their own memories and associations could be released.
“Several international artists/performers convene in the Upper Pellice Valley (Alta Val Pellice), a little over an hour away from Turin, to undertake an innovative project. Each one of them will venture into an area in the vicinity of the Conca del Prà (a vast plateau situated at 1750 metres above sea level) with an adventurous approach: they will try to lose their way in order to find something – objects, people, places, and any surprising or fascinating event – and get the audience to participate in their adventure.”
soundpocket wrote: “We welcomed our artist-mentor Viv Corringham, a British vocalist, sound artist and composer based in New York. Viv shared her profound listening practices to 12 local artists on October 23.
During the 4-day workshop here in Hong Kong, Viv led the artist-mentees into practicing the art of listening and responding by cultivating full body listening, listening as joy and trust, as a connection with environmental conditions, and as building human community.
Please follow us for news on the next phase of the project - Artist Research Field Trip in Manila and Public Workshop!”
Multi-channel sound installation. 2015 Artist in Residence presentation. Engineered by Paul Geluso
Installation plus performance (with Jacques Soddell) in Rosalind Park Conservatory
A collaborative sound making performance with participants at Points of Listening event presented by Creative Research Into Sound Arts Practice (CRISAP).
Radio work and performance created at an artist residency on the island of Syros.
An aural expedition guide for World Listening Day.
Walker Art Center
Shadow-walks: Hong Kong was a sound installation on Kwun Tong Ferry Pier in Hong Kong created for Around sound art festival organized by soundpocket.
As part of the group exhibition: Rose Colored Glass.
Arrivals is a listening walk beside the Rondout Creek in Kingston, NY. It is accompanied by a free iPhone app, which uses the device’s GPS to activate different soundworks as the listener wanders along the waterfront. The app contains 10 tracks, each tied to a location. These contain stories gathered by interviewing local residents about their experiences of arriving in Kingston, interwoven with sung vocalizations.
Presented by Deep Listening Institute
A self-guided audio-walk available to the public.
A sound installation with visual works in CD jewel cases based on photographs taken, objects found along the route, and words from our conversation.
Part of group show: This is Paul Halupka.
An installation using boxes, voice/soundscape recordings and found objects based on an artist residency for New Adventures in Sound Art.
A sound and video installation of "At the End of the Road" (Shadow-walks in Grand Marais) with found objects as part of Documente-Se! Festival (Document Yourself!)
Two sound/video installations with found objects, based on Shadow-walks in Grand Marais and San Francisco, displayed at the Meridian Gallery.
Works by Vito Acconci, Andre Avelas, Betsey Biggs, Viv Corringham, Barbara Ess, Christina Kubisch, Abinadi Meza, Tristan Perich, & Seth Price. Curated by Alan Licht.
The Headphones Show highlights innovative artworks that incorporate headphones as a critical element. Utilizing sound art, digital projection, and interactive artwork, these local and international artists explore the auditory sensation of inner space, as well as the power and nuance of sound.
Walks with villagers in the mountains of northern Portugal, as part of a residency at Binaural Media. The resulting recordings and found objects were displayed as an open air installation.
A sound installation of ten white boxes, each containing a unique composition heard by raising the lid. Objects inside the boxes were based on what was found on walks with local people in different parts of the US during a 2006 McKnight Composer Fellowship year.
Visitors were invited to open and close lids as they wished, making new and changing compositions from the overlapping mix of sounds.
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