Author Archives: Ann Warde

Humpback Whales: Composers of the Sea

19 May 2014 Presentation, with Katy Payne, who, through listening, discovered the evolving patterns of humpback song… Monday Night Seminar, Cornell Lab of Ornithology

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Erasing the Glitch

5 March 2014 Invited Speaker Colloquia, cDACT (Consortium for Digital Arts, Culture and Technology), Simons Center for Geometry and Physics Auditorium, Stony Brook University f(Glitch) – The Function of Glitch Our perception of what is a “glitch” may depend on … Continue reading

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Listeners Are Observers and Musicians

13 July 2013 Invited Presentation Deep Listening to African Forest elephants, presented in collaboration with Katy Payne And contributions as an invited panelist to Round Table: Hearing vs. Listening, Artistic and Scientific Perspectives, with Pauline Oliveros, Seth Horowitz, China Blue, … Continue reading

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Animal Transcriptions: Listening to the Lab of Ornithology

In March 2013′s Sounding Out!, ecopoet Jonathan Skinner converses with a number of us at the Lab of Ornithology who have worked with animal sounds. “Poetry might help us to use, study, and deploy animal morphologies in ways that hope … Continue reading

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Dawn’s Chorus

for Cheryl Gobbetti Hoffmann Leonardo Music Journal 22: Acoustics December 2012 Listen Read Made from animal sound recordings…                a utility aMong                            swAllows                      is theiR                        musiC.                             thEy produce it mid-air … Continue reading

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Chambers and Zilkha Gallery exhibition and photos

Chambers and Alvin Lucier November 2011 “A patron listens to the sound of Arctic and New York Bight whales inside a Conch Shell from Bali, submitted by Ann Warde MA ’85 as part of the installation “Chambers: In Honor of … Continue reading

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