Ann Warde

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Ann Warde is an experimental composer, sound installation artist, and independent scholar. A recent NYSCA/NYFA Artist Fellow in Music/Sound from The New York Foundation for the Arts, her work has recently been presented during residencies at the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, the Tone Deaf Festival (Queen’s University, Canada), and the European University Cyprus Interfaces Project. Following a Mellon Postdoctoral Fellowship in music at Cornell University, her work with sound shifted, focusing for the next decade on applications of audio technology to the analysis of whale sounds at Cornell’s Lab of Ornithology. Subsequently, as a US-UK Fulbright Researcher at the University of York, and alongside investigations of spatial audio techniques, she returned to music scholarship, with recent and forthcoming chapters in Sound Art and Music: Philosophy, Composition, Performance; Experience Music Experiment: Pragmatism and Artistic Research; Women in Pragmatism: Past and Future; and Sounds, Ecologies, Musics.

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