Emma McCormick-Goodhart [UK]
Emma McCormick-Goodhart is an artist, writer and researcher based in London. Her current work, developed at Goldsmiths College's Centre for Research Architecture and the 2016 Bergen Assembly (Norway), explores modalities of voice, aesthetic possibilities in oral culture, and the sense of hearing as a genre of spatial prosthesis. Activations include a choreographic silent lecture in sign language, staged at Nahmad Projects (London) as part of Francesco Bonami's I am NOT tino sehgal; a lecture on sounding marine species' modes of audition at Sound Art Matters, Aarhus University (Denmark); and a spoken-word piece that analogized mollusc shell formation with processes of 3D printing at transmediale 2017 – ever elusive (Berlin). Recent talks have been given for Ryan Bishop and Jussi Parikka's Archaeologies of Media and Technology (AMT) research group at the Winchester School of Art /University of Southampton; the Invisible Places conference on acoustic ecology at the University of the Azores (Portugal); and the Embodying Media symposium at Cambridge University's English Faculty.