Charlottenborg Art Talk: Maile Colbert
Wednesday May 30. 5 - 7 PM
Maile Colbert designs and composes sound for and from the past, to consider what knowledge and applications can be gained from the concept, and to expand sound design for cinematic and artistic works through time, space, and place.
For the art talk Maile Colbert presents her research on sound, proposing that the relationship between our soundscape and sound design can give key information about how we listen, what we listen for, and what that can tell us.
Maile Colbert is an intermedia artist with a focus on sound and video. She is currently a PhD Research Fellow in Artistic Studies with a concentration on sound studies, sound design in time-based media, and soundscape ecology at the Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas, Universidade Nova de Lisboa. Her current practice and research project is titled, Wayback Sound Machine: Sound through time, space, and place (http://www.mailecolbert.com/proj-wayback.html). She has exhibited, screened, and performed around the globe.
Colbert is a collaborating partner in Jenny Gräf Sheppard’s KUV research project Sounding Bodies: Resonance in and Between Bodies. Jenny Gräf Sheppard is associate professor at the Laboratory for Sound at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Copenhagen.