Per Capita

Emma McCormick-Goodhart [UK]

Photo: Mike Figgis

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.