May 25-27, 2018 at NRW-Forum Düsseldorf

Erin Gee


Erin Gee is a Canadian artist and composer who explores digital culture through metaphors of human voices in electronic bodies. Working across musical performance, choral composition, robotics, and audio art, Gee’s practice is distinguished by an interdisciplinary approach to sound in art and music, as well as in areas of technology, science and engineering. Her work has been shown most recently at Transfer, NYC (2018), Trinity Square Video, Toronto (2017), MediaLive Festival, Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art (2017), Hamilton Artists’ Inc. Canada (2016), Device_art Triennale, Croatia (2015).

Gee is one of three artists selected from an international competition for the Algorithms that Matter residency at Institute for Electronic Music in Graz, Austria in the summer of 2018.  She has collaborated with artists and composers such as Hamilton Children’s ChoirStelarcAndrea Young, and neurophysiologist Vaughan Macefield. Her research in sonification of physiological markers of emotion has been noted by Scientific AmericanVICEMusicWorksCanadian Art magazine, and the National Post, among others.

Gee was Assistant Professor in the department of Communication Studies at Concordia University from 2015-2017, teaching in areas of sound production, gender and technology, and sound studies. Gee is currently leading a research group in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering at University of Maine on the topic of creative open-source biosensor development.

Gee has published work in Leonardo Music (2013) as well as eContact! Journal of Canadian electroacoustic community (2010). Gee is also the creator of futurefemmes, an online blog archived by Cornell University featuring interviews, showcased work and links to relevant articles on the topic of women working in technological culture.

Click here and begin speaking.

Speak now.

No speech was detected. You may need to adjust your microphone settings.

Click the "Allow" button above to enable your microphone.

Permission to use microphone was denied.

Permission to use microphone is blocked. To change, go to chrome://settings/contentExceptions#media-stream

Please use Chrome to enable
voice recognition.