In advance of her evening performance, sound artist Stephanie Loveless will lead an introduction to, and embodied exploration of, the instruction scores of pioneering composer Pauline Oliveros. We will explore practices of listening and sounding that are designed to help us engage more creatively with each other and the world around us. All-regardless of musical background or ability-are invited to participate!

This program is in conjunction with TELLINGS: A Post-Human Vocal Concert, featuring Erin Gee, Jeneen Frei Njootli, Tsēmā Igharas, Stephanie Loveless, and Miya Masaoka.

Co-curated by Maiko Tanaka and Myung-Sun Kim.

Co-presented in partnership with Trinity Square Video and Graduate Studies OCAD University. Special thanks to Canadian Music Centre for technical support on the project.

The Toronto Biennial of Art Co-Relations Program is made possible with the generous support of the TD Bank Group through its corporate citizenship platform, The Ready Commitment.

Image credit: In the throats of trees, 2017. Courtesy Stephanie Loveless.


Graduate Gallery of OCADU
205 Richmond St W
Toronto ON
M5V 1V3

November 16


Stephanie Loveless (born in Montreal, Canada; lives in New York, USA) is a sound and media artist whose research centres on listening and vocal embodiment. Her recent projects include a mobile web-app for geo-located listening and sound works that channel the voices of plants, animals, and musical divas. She holds MFAs from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) and Bard College, both in upstate New York, and a certification in Deep Listening from composer Pauline Oliveros. She teaches courses on Deep Listening and ecologically-oriented sound art at RPI.