Thursday, September 07, 2006

Nina Katchadourian is a sound artist with a thing for birds. A few years ago she rigged car alarms to project gorgeous bird calls instead of robotic screeching. Her latest installation is at Wave Hill, a public garden in New York City overlooking the Hudson River. She's using birdsongs again, but this time, it's humans imitating birds as best they can.


Nina Katchadourian

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