- D’Arcy Wentworth Thompson, James Tenney
- Amplified Silence . . . gathering itself together . . .
- Beautiful Sounds . . .
- The Spaces of Animal Voices
- “My God! What has sound got to do with music?”
- Humpback Whales: Composers of the Sea
- Erasing the Glitch
- Listeners Are Observers and Musicians
- Animal Transcriptions: Listening to the Lab of Ornithology
Author Archives: Ann Warde
19 May 2014 Presentation, with Katy Payne, who, through listening, discovered the evolving patterns of humpback song… Monday Night Seminar, Cornell Lab of Ornithology
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
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
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
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