Kabir Carter

The Topic of Space in Sound Art - US Keynote Lecture

Kabir Carter works with airborne sound, structure-borne sound,
underwater acoustics, and the behavior and movement of sound between
mediums. He has realized performances and exhibited installations in
museums, art spaces, and public spaces in Denmark, Germany, Slovenia,
Sweden, Turkey, and throughout the United States. He has participated
in festivals and biennials including CTM (club transmediale), Full
Pull, Performa, and Unsound New York. Recent works include an
installation utilizing live sound from the depths of New York City’s
harbor; an airborne and structure-borne sound installation for a
museum elevator in Upstate New York; and a five week discursive
project in Istanbul concerned with overlaps between multiple sound
focused disciplines. He was recently selected as a Braunschweig
Projects Fellow at the Hochschule für Bildende Künste Braunschweig.
Reviews and writings concerning his work and activities have appeared
in Artforum, ARTnews, the New York Times, Nutida Musik, and Parkett.
He holds an MFA from the Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts at
Bard College.

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