Katie Wood presents sonic territories, a series of experimental vocalization workshops over 3 sessions in November. Participants can join for one or all of the sessions building in curriculum.
Some animals mark the boundary of their territory with torn tree bark; some with droppings; and some with sounds -- howls, barks, cries and screams. These workshops will explore flickering territories, sound marks, thresholds, wandering and belonging through embodied and disembodied vocalizing and movement. Participants will be guided through games and experiments in vocalization to find a balance of structure and spontaneity, freedom and form. For more information on the workshops, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Katie Wood creates soundscapes, videos, transmissions and live works featuring sounds of water and wind, howls, whispers, seismic vibrations, and radio interference. Their work deals with knowledge production around land and landscape. Katie has shown work in the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, the Gene Siskel Film Center, Links Hall, Joan Flasch Artist Book Collection, Experimental Sound Studio, LITHIUM gallery, and the College of William & Mary. Katie’s work has been featured in online broadcasts and publications like Radio Borealis, Collective Terrain and Bivouac Recordings. Katie has received a number of scholarships and grants including the Experimental Sound Studio SAIC/Alba Residency, and the Arts, Science & Culture Collaboration Grant from the University of Chicago.