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  • CV Joana Burd

    Artist, educator and researcher of haptic aesthetics. Graduated in Visual Arts in 2014 (UFRGS, Brazil) and Master in Visual Poetics in 2018 (UFRGS, Brazil). She is currently a doctoral student at the University of Barcelona, where she is also teaching Sound Art disciplines. Currently Burd is a member of the research groups: 'Connected Bodies II. New processes of creation and diffusion of the practices of identity artists in non-presentiality'(UB, ES) and ‘Biohybrid Bodies: a sociological framework for living with Living Machines" (UCL, UK). Joana has presented seven solo exhibitions, in the past year she exhibited her work in London (UCL), SBCAST (Santa Barbara, CA, USA), RIW Rio Innovation Week (Rio de Janeiro, BR) and Atelie397 / Galeria Vermelho (São Paulo, BR). E-mail: joanabburd@gmail.com My work develops within art, physics and technology through interactive sculptures, videos and sound installations, collaborating with artists, social ethnographers, performers and engineers. I focus my practice in a hybrid of low technology assemblies and open source coding platforms. The pieces aim to offer tactile experiences for the public to interact and engage their bodies with the vibration phenomenal. I research how motors and speakers can question objects of desire and the gender perspective in the digital field. I’m also interested in the affective impact of technology and how to create new forms of dialog through touch and haptic devices. Education ​ PhD Advanced Studies in Artistic Productions [2019-23] Programa de doctorado de la Universitat de Barcelona Facultat de Bellas Artes Advisor: Laura Baigorri Thesis: Poetics of vibration: deployments of technology in contact with the body as affective memory ​ Master in Visual Poetics [2016-18] Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul Instituto de Artes Advisor: Prof. Dr. Alberto Semeler Thesis: Vibratory Body: when the movement calls for pause ​ Graduation Visual Arts [2011-14] Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul Instituto de Artes Advisor: Prof. Dr. Celso Vitelli Thesis: Digital Natives: A research on flows between art and technology Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro [2013] Escola de Belas Artes Academic Mobility (exchange). Duration: 1 semester ​ Solo Exhibitions ​ 2021 "Cold skin. The automata of wanting." Curated by Ana Urroz. October 2021. Ateneu de Fabricació Les Corts, Barcelona, ​​ES. 2021 "The Autòmatas: sentimental prototypes", September 2021, Casa del Mig, Barcelona, ​​ES. 2019 “Silent Mode”. September 2019, Galeria do Linha, Porto Alegre, BR. 2018 “Vibratory Body”. September 2018. Casa Musgo, Porto Alegre, BR. 2017 “SHIFT”. May 2017. Galeria do Templo, Rio de Janeiro, BR. 2016 “Keys”. October 2016 . Curated by Fernanda Medeiros. Centro Municipal de Cultura Ordovás, Caxias do Sul, BR. 2016 “Nutritive Machines”. May 2016. Galeria Lunara, Usina do Gasômetro, Porto Alegre, BR. ​ Selected Group Exhibitions ​ ​2024 - SO UND DIARIES. Sonic Art Research Unit (SARU) at Oxford Brookes University, UK. 2023 - Inauguration Ceremony for the 2023-24 academic year. University of Barcelona, October 2, 2023. Barcelona, ES. 2023 - Ebre, Música & Patrimoni 2023: Acústica i noves tecnologies, Consorci del Museu de les Terres de l’Ebre, Departament de Cultura de la Generalitat de Catalunya, ES. 2023 - "Symphonic Poem for 100 Metronomes by Ligeti, from October 6, 2023, to October 15, 2023. Master's in Sound Art at the University of Barcelona, coordinated by Martí Ruiz. Museum of Music, Barcelona, ES. 2023 - ELECTRIC DAISY. A multi-sensory performance that invites you to taste a natural infusion to make your mouth vibrate in sync with a captiva ting soundscape at the Old Fire Station Studio.15th June 2023, OffBeat Festival, Oxford, UK. 2023 - PERFORMANCE: Biohybrid Buzz: an activation through tasting frequencies. 10th of June, Iklectik, London , UK. 2023 - “COCOCOCU” Festival Kino Beat, Curated by Gabriel Cevallos & Adauany Zimovski, support British Council and Oi Futuro, MACRS, Museu de Arte Contemporânea do Rio Grande do Sul, BR. 2023 - FACTO 10 é Bienal Sur, Festival Arte, Ciência e Tecnologia. Natureza em Metamorfose. Labart UFSM, MACT, Santa Maria, BR. 2022 - Innovation Art Journey, R IO Innovation Week – Inovação a Favor da Cultura, Rio Pop Tech, Cais do Porto da cidade do Rio de Janeiro, BR. 2022 - "Vivemos para isso" | 'VOA 2022-2023 Call for Female Artists and Non-Binary People. Curators: Bruna Fernanda, Érica Burini, Khadyg Fares, Thais Rivitti. Galpão da Vermelho and Ateliê397, September 24 - O ctober 23, São Paulo, BR. 2022 - "Platform 10 Deserts of Errors", Project by Artist Leo Caobelli, supported by Rumos Itaú Cultural 2019-2020, Porto Alegre, BR. 2022 - 'Solitude Lullaby', created for the Slow Wave system. Invited artist in "EoYS II SYMADES 2022 UCSB Media Arts and Technology Program End of Year Show". UC Santa Barbara, 27th of May, SBCAST - Center of Art Science and Technology, USA. 2022 - "Visual Brasil Festival " curated by Ricardo Cançado, September 30 - October 01. Industrial Park, Barcelona, ES. 2022 - Materia Difusa: A look at the MACRS collection, living language cutouts. Curated by Gabriela Motta. Exhibition commemorating the 30th anniversary of the MACRS Museum. Galeria Edmundo Rodrigues do Complexo Palacete Pedro Osório, July 16 - August 21, Bagé, BR. 2022 - Installation "Tactame" DelMig Collective: Blanca Somoza, Helena Gali, Ignasi Àvila Padró, Joana Burd, Mario Salinero, Neus Martinez Farran e Sara Jansen, Verso, From April to July, Gramado, Rio Grande do Sul, BR 2021 - "Criatech Aveiro Digital Creativity & Technology." Curated by Carlos Verissimo. Festival October 11 — 16, 2021. Aveiro, Pt. 2021 - "The Days that Owls Fell from Heaven." Curated by Elaine Tedesco and Marina Polidoro. Plataforma Verter. Laboratório de Imagem e Tecnologia do Instituto de Artes da Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, BR. 2021 - "NEW(EGO) Cuerpos Conectados."Curated by Laura Baigorri. ETOPIA Centro de Arte y Tecnología." Zaragosa, ES. 2021 - "Mulheres e inserções digitais" Curated by Lara Sosa, Lisboa, PT. 2020 - "Dystopie Festival" , Errant Sound. Alte Müze. Berlin. DE. 2020 - "Criatech, Digital creativity & technology" . Museu de Aveiro/Santa Joana. Exhibition October 12 - 18, 2020. Aveiro, PT. 2020 - "30 Semanas". Galeria do Linha, Porto Alegre, BR. 2019 – “3o Prêmio de Arte Contemporânea 2019 da Aliance Française”. Paço Municipal da Prefeitura de Porto Alegre, BR. 2019 – “Desalinhos.” Curated by Carina Dias, Fernanda Almeida e Lucas Vilela Souza. Casa Baka Arte e Cultura, Porto Alegre, BR. 2019 – “Festival Internacional de Arte Computacional Em Meios# 11.0” FBAUL Faculdade de Belas Artes, Universidade de Lisbon, PT 2019 - Participation in Leo Caobelli’s solo exhibition with the art work “Porn Oasis. Fundação Ecarta, Porto Alegre, BR. 2019 - Exhibition in event. “Humanidade Aumentada”. Futuro Rio, Rio de Janeiro, BR. 2019 – “Registro No3”, Casa Baka, Porto Alegre, BR. 2018 – “5 ̊ Festival Kino Beat”. Mostra AVSD curated by Elaine Tedesco. Vila Flores, Porto Alegre, BR. 2018 – “AVSD Audio Visual Sem Destino”. Pinacoteca Barão de Santo Ângelo, Instituto de Artes da UFRGS, Porto Alegre, BR. 2018 – “Exposição ImensaMente”. Museu da UFRGS, Porto Alegre, BR. 2018 – “1a Edição do Projeto Concha”, idealized by Alice Castiel Ruas, Agulha, Porto Alegre, BR. 2017 – “Paragem”. Pinacoteca Barão de Santo Ângelo, Instituto de Artes da UFRGS, Porto Alegre, BR. 2017 – “Festival Internacional de Arte Computacional Em Meio# 9.0” Galeria da Universidade do Porto, Porto, PT. 2017 – “Qual é a sua praia?” PPGAV-IA UFRGS. Produced by Prof. Dra. Tetê Barachini. Vila Flores, Porto Alegre, BR. 2016 - “Internacional de Arte Computacional Em Meio# 8.0” Internacional. Museu da Republica, Brasilia, BR. 2016 – “Vontade de Execução”. Cadu Peixoto e Joana Burd. Galeria Iberê Camargo, Usina do Gasômetro, Porto Alegre, BR. 2016 – “Presente Rascunho.” Acervo Independente, Porto Alegre, BR. 2015 – “FACTORS 2.0, Festival de Arte, Ciência e Tecnologia do RS”, MASM (Museu de Arte de Santa Maria), BR. 2015 – “Sinestesia”, Acervo Independente, Porto Alegre, BR. 2015 – “O Feminismo é para todas as pessoas”, Acervo Independente, Porto Alegre, BR. 2015 - "E F E R V E S C Ê N C I A 2 1 9" , Acervo Independente, Porto Alegre, BR. 2015 – “Por onde se vai,” Câmara Municipal de Porto Alegre, BR. 2014 – “20o Salão de Artes Plásticas Câmara Municipal de Porto Alegre”, BR. 2014 – “Entre Atos”, Acervo Independente, Porto Alegre, BR. 2013 – “IV Bienal da Escola de Belas Artes”, Centro Municipal Hélio Oiticica, Rio de Janeiro, BR. 2013 - Event, “MoMa Pop Rally: Abstract Currents”, New York, US. 2012 – Site-specific sculptures to music concert of Dingo Bells, Ocidente, Porto Alegre, BR. Art Residences ​ 2023 - Anthill Residence, 8º Festival Kino Beat, CCMQ, Brazil. 2022 - SBCAST , Santa Barbara Center of Art, Science and Technology, USA. 2021 - Kovent Zero , Berga, Spain. 2021 - Punt Multimèdia de Sants - Montjuïc, Casa del Mig. Barcelona, Spain. 2020 - Aveiro Criatech Artist Residence. Aveiro, Portugal. 2019 - Residência artística, Linha. Porto Alegre, Brazil. 2013-2017 Acervo Independente. Porto Alegre, Brazil. Research Grants and Awards ​ 2022 Winner of Digital Artists Grant - Moniker International Art Fair Foundation ​ and Creative Debuts , London, UK. 2022 Santander Investigación | ESTADES 2022, ES. 2021 Winner of LA RODA II award - art and technology for young creators, organized by the FAB Casa del Mig - Punt multimèdia. Barcelona City Council, ES. 2021 Konvent 100% Scholarship support for August 2021, Berga, ES. 2020 Scholarship Personal Investigator Novell (FI) Cuerpos Conectados, ES. 2020 Support Fund Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, PT. 2019 Nominated Artist. 3o Prêmio de Arte Contemporânea 2019 da Alliance Française, BR. 2015 IX Azorian Award for visual Arts. Institutional Highlight. Member and Manager of the team Acervo Independente, BR. 2013 Scholarship for art investigation and studies Santander ANDIFES – Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, BR. Academic Conferences ​ 2022 - Private viewing “Biohy brid Buzz 1.0”. November 23rd. Invited by Matt Lewis and Joe Hirst RCA Royal College of Arts, London, UK. 2022 - "Reverting metal on flesh: derivations from the afterlife of technology." ReMAP Research in Media Arts and Play Knowledge Lab's Seminar Room. November 10th. UCL, University College of London, London, UK. 2022 - “The entity of automatons: technology, body, affection and intimacy”, Intellectual Life , UCL Knowledge Lab IOE UCL’s Faculty of Education & Society, University College London, London, UK. 2022 - "Cold Skin, machines that vibrate us", S AR 13th SAR International Conference on Artistic Research , Bauhaus University, Weimar, DE. 2022 - "Vibrating Pulses: the skin as perceptor", Conversas Barcelona, ​​La Social Libreria, Barcelona. ES 2022 - "Procesos de la poetica de la vibración", E.I.D 2022 Encuentro de Investigadores Doctorales del program EAPA. University of Barcelona, ​​ES. 2021 - Artist Talk. MTF Labs 2021 . International | Aveiro, PT. 2021 - "ArchID, an online cartographic archive." BIONICAS 1.0 Conference. Women, Art, Technology and Society. BLA BLA Conference Program. TABLE 3: Archive, body and media. Authors*: Joana Burd. Celebrated December 27-30, 2021. Barcelona, ​​Spain. 2020 - “Body, interaction and sensation: haptic aesthetics as a protagonist in times of touchscreen.” I CIVARTES International Virtual Congress: Dialogues between visual arts and visuals and other artistic mediums in times of hybridization. Celebrated on July 20-22, 2020, ES. 2020 –“Tactile connections of Inês Norton”. 2020. CSO Criadores Sobre outras obras. Lisbon, PT 2019 – “Vibratory body, when movement aks for pause.” #18art Encontro Internacional de Arte e Tecnologia, FBAUL, Lisbon, PT. 2018 – “Utopian rotations and becoming machine”. Centro de Artes UFPEL, Pelotas, , BR. 2017 – “The black mirror in information cities”. Seminário Qual é a sua praia? Vila Flores, Porto alegre, , BR. 2017 – “The eternalization of memory and everyday noise: new ways of thinking about digital art and shared anguish.” #16art Encontro Internacional de Arte e Tecnologia, Porto, PT. 2015 - Exhibition Seminar “Por onde se vai”, na Câmara Municipal de Porto Alegre, BR. 29/07. 2015 - " Visual arts teaching project: the internship experience under discussion ", na disciplina Laboratório de Projetos de Ensino em Artes Visuais I, promovida pelo Curso de Artes Visuais do Instituto de Artes, UFRGS, no dia 12 de Junho de 2015. Prof. Dr. Celso Vitelli, BR. 2014 – Seminar “Autopoiesis: Espaços de Arte e Coletivos Independentes do Rio Grande do Sul” em Caxias do Sul, BR. De 02/05 a 04/05. 2014 - “About the collaborative art project of Acervo Independente” Evento Observatório de Economia Criativa na UFRGS, Porto Alegre, BR. 15/08 ​ Workshops ​ 2023 - "Data sonification and Living Machines" (with Joana Burd, Ned Barker, and Nikolas Gomes) 14th of June, Oxford Brooks University, Oxford, UK. NGFDS Software Link 2023 - "Data sonification and Living Machines" (with Joana Burd, Ned Barker, and Nikolas Gomes) 10th of June, Iklectik, London, UK. 2023 - "Revealing and Sonifying Living Capsules (with Joana Burd, Ned Barker, and Nikolas Gomes) 20th May ISEA 2023 SYMBIOSIS International Symp osium of Electronic Arts, Forum de les images, Paris, FR. 2022 - Workshop Sensory Ethnography “Some Prototype Living Capsules” (with Joana Burd & Ned Barker), Bloomsbury Theatre, UCL, UK. 2022 - "Three stages of touch: an immersion in haptic aesthetics." MARGS, Museu de Arte do Rio Grande do Sul , Porto Alegre , BR. 2021 - "Video Artistic Experimentations and Co-Creation Laboratory", Experimental Workshops with the artists Diego Marchante & Joana Burd. ETOPIA, Art and Technology Center, Zaragoza, ES 2019 - “Video Mapping em on miscellaneous objects”, Edition II. At Linha. Porto Alegre, BR. 2019 - “Video Mapping on miscellaneous objects”, Edition I. At Linha. Porto Alegre, BR. 2016 - Theoretical and practical course " Art Exhibition Production ", At Acervo Independente, Porto Alegre, BR. 1/03 a 7/04 2016 – “Independent Spaces” at Campus 8, Centro de Artes e Arquitetura, Pró Reitoria Acadêmica, Universidade Federal de Caxias do Sul 21.10.2016, BR. 2015 – Teacher with Cadu Peixoto of the Course “#contemporaryart”, at Acervo Independente, Porto Alegre, BR. 2014- Course “The cloud as an exhibition space: production and post production in Visual Arts” at 28o Festival de Arte da Cidade de Porto Alegre, Secretaria Municipal da Cultura, Porto Alegre, BR. 2013 – Course “Videoarte x Low Budget” at Semana Acadêmica, Instituto de Artes UFRGS, Porto Alegre, BR. ​ Teaching ​ 2022 -2023 Lecturer in the discipline "Art Sonor" together with Prof. Dr. Josep Cerdá Ferrè and Prof. Dr. Martí Ruiz. Faculty of Belles Arts, Universitat de Barcelona, ​​ES. 2021 - Lecturer in the discipline "Art Sonor" together with Prof. Dr. Martí Ruiz. Faculty of Belles Arts, Universitat de Barcelona, ​​ES. 2016-2019 Visual Arts Teacher at Colegio Israelita Brasileiro, BR. 2016-2017 Teacher at the Sculpture Club at Colegio Israelita Brasileiro, BR. 2017 - Teaching Internship in Higher Education in the Laboratory of Art and Technology. 8 lessons. Total Hours: 30h. BR. ​ ​ Research Groups ​ 2021- 2024 Researcher. Connected Bodies II. New processes of creation and diffusion of the practices of identity artists in non-presentiality. Center: Department Arts Visuals i Disseny. Universitat de Barcelona (PID2020-116999RB-I00. IP: Laura Baigorri Ballarin and Pedro Ortuño Mengual. ES. ​ ​ 2022 - Researcher and collaborating artist. ‘Biohybrid Bodies: a sociological framework for living with Living Machines’ - funded by the Leverhulme Trust. IP: Dr. Ned Barker. Faculty of Education, UCL University College of London, UK. ​ 2021 - Researcher. IMARTE Project. Research in artistic processes and new technologies (20172019SGR1182). Center: Department Arts Visuals i Disseny. University of Barcelona. IP: Dr. Eloi Puig. ES ​ 2020 - 2021 Researcher. Project: Connected bodies, Art and identity cartographies in Transmedia society (HAR2017-84915-R). Center: Department Arts Visuals i Disseny. University of Barcelona. IP: Laura Baigorri Ballarin and Pedro Ortuño Mengual. ES 2016- 2018. Researcher. Project: Network of digital arts experiments: visual programming, reverse engineering and 3D printing. Center: Institute of Arts. Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul. IP: Alberto Ribas Marinho Semeler. BR ​ Others ​ 2022 - Organization of the “EID 2022” Encuentro de Investigador@s Doctorales, from the Doctorate Program Estudios Avanzados en Producciones Artísticas, Facultad de Bellas Artes, Universidad de Barcelona, ​​ES. 2021 - Curator of the Augmented Reality exhibition as part of the International Festival "Criatech, Aveiro Digital Creativity & Technology." Festival 11 — 16 October 2021. Aveiro, PT 2019 - Jury. NIME New Interfaces for Musical Expression. [Internacional] 2018 - Participant. Projeto Atelier na Galeria, Casa Musgo, Porto Alegre, BR. 2017 – Jury/Peer reviewer. "Exposição dos trabalhos finais da disciplina de Projeto IV" Inovação Social, no Curso de Design da ESPM Sul, Porto Alegre, 28 de Novembro de 2017. Prof. Dra. Liliane Basso, BR. 2014 – Round Table. “Encontro de Gestores – Projeto Cadernos de Gestão com apoio do edital Processos Culturais Colaborativos FAC/RS”, no Atelier Subterrânea, Porto Alegre, BR. 27/10. 2014 – Round Table. Encontro Circuito Montagem, TransLab, na Casa Duplan 15/07, Porto Alegre, BR. ​ Collaborative Projects ​ 2022 - "Tactame" Installation - DelMig Collective: Blanca Somoza, Helena Gali, Ignasi Àvila Padró, Joana Burd, Mario Salinero, Neus Martinez Farran e Sara Jansen. Gramado, Rio Grande do Sul, BR. 2022 - “10 deserts of errors”, project contemplated by the Rumos program of Itaú cultural. Main artist Leo Caobelli, BR. 2020-21 - Earth Pulse Art Installation project - com Darya Efrat e João Dias-Oliveira. Aveiro Criatech Artist Residences. PT. 2019 – Art installation “Porn Oasis” with the artist Leo Caobelli. 2019 – Video mapping and photo performance “corpObra” with the artist Charlene Bicalho at Art Residency PPP Península Motorhome. 2019 - Art Installation “Dizem que o Brasil está polarizado” with the artist and psychoanalyst Laura Pujol. 2018 - Vídeo and vídeo mapping “Vibratory Body” with dancer and performer Paula Finn 2018 - Vídeo “Buraco” with Carina Macedo. 2016 – Art Installation “A Fugitiva” with artist and professor Alberto Semeler. 2016 - Co-authorship, production and assembly of the exhibition. “Will of execution” with the artist Cadu Peixoto. 2015 - Video-Installation “para PerroLibre “ with the artists Cadu Peixoto, Cacau Weimer, Gabriela Stragliotto e Priscila Kisiolar. 2014 – Sound Installation “Tagarelas” in collaboration with the writer Dieter Axt. 2013 - Creation of “Acervo Independente" with Cadu Peixoto, Cacau Weimer, Fernanda Medeiros, Priscila Kisiolar, Manoela Furtado e Zeh Poeta. ​ Languages English Português Castellano Català ​ Collections Museu de Arte Contemporânea do Rio Grande do Sul, BR. Centro Municipal de Cultura Ordovás, Caxias do Sul, BR 2010 - present 2010 - present

  • CV Joana Burd

    Texts​ Barker, Ned. Burd, Joana (2023). Living Capsules: reflections on an ongoing art-sociology collaboration. Leonardo, MIT Press Direct. Cambridge. Boston. https://doi.org/10.1162/leon_a_02466 Burd, J. B. (2023). Sound-vibration: Relations between bodies, low frequencies, and multisensory experiments. Multimodality & Society SAGE UK. https://doi.org/10.1177/26349795231211434 Burd, Joana (2021). Silent Mode 2.0: Bodies in the vibratory experience of tactility. NEW (EGO) Connected Bodies. Book Chapter. Dykinson. Madrid, Spain. ISBN: 978-84-1377-441-1 https://www.dykinson.com/libros/cuerpos-conectados/9788413774411/ ​ Burd, Joana (2020). What vibrates within us. Adjacent journal, Telecommunications Program ITP. NYU New York University. Link: https://itp.nyu.edu/adjacent/issue-7/what-vibrates-within-us/ ​ Burd, Joana (2020) “Tactilidades Conectivas de Inês Norton.” Revista Estúdio, artistas sobre outras obras. ISSN 1647-6158 e-ISSN 1647-7316. 11(29), janeiro-março: 88-96. Centro de Investigação e Estudos em Belas-Artes (CIEBA), Faculdade de Belas-Artes, Universidade de Lisboa, Lisboa, Portugal. (link ) Burd Joana (2019) . Corpo Vibratório : quando o movimento pede pausa. 18th International Meeting of Art, Science and Technology. OF THE ADMIRABLE ORDER OF THINGS: art, emotion and technology. Faculdade de Belas Artes da Universidade de Lisboa FBAUL. 17-19 de Outubro de 2019. ISSN: 2238-0272 (link ) Burd, Joana (2018). Corpo Vibratório : quando o movimento pede pausa. Dissertação de Mestrado, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, UFRGS, Porto Alegre, Brazil. (link ) Burd, Joana (2018). Princípio vibratório e uma máquina para massagear a angústia. Agulha n°16. PROJETOS E INTERVENÇÕES. Psicanalistas pela Democracia. junho 19, 2018. (link ) Burd, Joana (2017). A eternização da memória e o ruído cotidiano: novas formas de pensar a arte digital e a angústia compartilhada.16th International Meeting of Art and Technology: IMAGINING THE REAL e-ISBN978-989-99839-5-3, i2ADS – Instituto de Investigação em Arte, Design e Sociedade, October 2017 p.802-812 (link ) Semeler, Alberto. Burd, Joana (2016). Repelir e fruir: a experiência do degradado como poética da sensação. In: 15° Encontro Internacional de Arte e Tecnologia (#15.ART): arte, ação e participação. Universidade de Brasilia, UNB, Brasil. v. 15. Burd, Joana (2014). Nativos digitais: uma pesquisa sobre fluxos entre arte e tecnologia. Trabalho de Conclusão de Curso, Universidade Federal do Ro Grande do Sul, UFRGS, Porto Alegre, Brasil. ​ ​ Other ​ TEDESCO, Elaine. POLIDORO, Marina (org.), (2022) Exhibition Catalogue" The days when owls had fallen from the sky Elaine Tedesco Marina Polidoro (org) (ed.) Laboratório de Imagem e Tecnologia (Lit-UFRGS) Instituto de Artes, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, BR. (link ) ​ * only available in portuguese ​ BURD, Joana. Ilustration "Muro Hackeado" for "Noticiário Oniropolítico" O Onírico - o primeiro jornal oniropolítico do Brazil. 1ª Ed., Porto Alegre BR. UFRGS, 2021. ISSN 2764-5258.. BOELTER, Valeria; GASPARETTO, Débora Aita; LIMA, Andrea Capssa; SANTOS, Nara Cristina (2017). A curadoria e a expografia em arte e tecnologia: os três momentos do Factors 2.0, In Encontro da Associação Nacional de Pesquisadores em Artes Plásticas, 26o. (link) Quintella, Pollyana (2014). Homo Ciberneticus. In: Catálogo IV Bienal Escola de Belas Artes. Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, 2014. Exhibition Catalog "Teclas" | Textos por Fernanda Medeiros e Laura Pujol | 2016 (link ) Exhibition Catalog "Por onde se vai" | 2015 (link ) Exhibition Catalog "Sinestesia" | 2015 (link ) Exhibition Catalog EFERVESCENCIA219 | 2015 (link ) Exhibition Catalog 2Oo Salão de Artes Plásticas da Câmara Municipal de Porto Alegre | 2014

  • Interviews

    Força i Pell Living Capsules Solitude Lullaby Formigario Sonoro Tactame A Virtual A Sonora A Carinhosa As_automatas.web File.img.mp3 Earth Pulse Anthozoa Digitalis Silent Mode 2.0: Body Silent Mode Technological Sensitive Where do the bubbles go Vibratory Body Inside Voice Porn Oasis Knot in the throat/videomapping Keys Anguish Massager The box Atucanation Fare Place They say Brazil is polarized Artificial Tanning Cradle Four Islands The chatterboxes Other objects and experiences Other video Interviews Resultados de busca INVERVIEWS 2019-2024 As part of the PhD research titled 'Poetics of vibration: deployments of technology in contact with the body as affective memory,' interviews were conducted with four artists to delve into their methodology, prototyping, and the role of technology in their creative process. These online interviews, each lasting 30 minutes, were funded by the Scholarship Personal Investigator Novell (FI) Cuerpos Conectados, ES. The artists interviewed include Stefanie Egedy, Eduardo Montelli, Felipa Pinto and Anaisa Franco. The full content of these interviews is set to be published on [joanaburd.com/interviews] after the PhD research presentation. The anticipated publication date is in early 2024, consistent with a prior agreement. ​ Stefanie Egedy Interview with Joana Burd 18 of August 2023 https://youtu.be/KO3Qb8vFTDI Stefanie's Website: https://stefanieegedy.com/ Audio Transcription: ​ Burd > How does your creative process work? Can you articulate any kind of methodology you use? Egedy > When we're talking specifically about my research, or more broadly my approach to sound, my understanding evolved the more I engaged with it. I realized that the quality of the sound was paramount in my experience. At a macro level, I prefer a sound generated at a high quality. It's not necessarily about right or wrong, but more about the clarity and pleasantness of the sound wave. The speaker system plays a crucial role in the creative process. In my perspective, a bad speaker can ruin good work. If we're not talking about my specific work with low frequencies, that's it. "Bodies and Subwoofers" serves as the title because it encapsulates everything - the name of the work, the methodology, and the research. The methodology usually involves three steps. The first step is understanding the dimensions of the room. Initially, my approach was focused on the minimum number of speaker capsules needed to achieve the sound massage level I deemed important. However, my perspective has shifted. Now, the first step is understanding the room itself. I've realized the sculptural aspect of the speaker and the experience it offers to the listeners is vital. So, it's about the speaker as a sculpture and harmonizing it with the room rather than just the sound it produces. Once that's established, the second step is to understand, in that room and with that speaker arrangement, which low sound frequencies have very few or almost no tonal characteristics and are therefore perceived by the body. These are what I term "transparent". While it's impossible to eliminate all other wave returns that create additional sonorities in the room, I choose the ones that are more pleasant or those that, in my view, don't cause discomfort due to the room's vibration. The final step, once there's clarity about the room's sound, is the compositional part. This involves selecting and arranging sounds for the piece. An essential aspect of my work is understanding the audience and the context. The contextual relationship is crucial. If I'm designing a piece for a club, it might be more rhythmic, referencing faster electronic dance music. But in a more relaxed setting, I have greater freedom. I like to explore rhythm, but I can also delve into other compositional forms that might demand more from the listener. It's not always immediate, like electronic dance music. ​ ​ Burd > Do you believe that the vibration or the effect of your work can be considered a mode of knowledge or self-awareness? Egedy> Yes, I absolutely believe so, 100%. The vibrations and the effects they generate are more than just sensory experiences. They tap into deeper levels of consciousness and allow individuals to connect with aspects of themselves that might remain dormant otherwise. ​ ​ Burd > When we work with vibration that is not just limited to our ears and our brain, per se, how do you view this? Do you think about it? Do you put an emotional intention behind it or is it more of an aesthetic approach when you arrange it? Egedy > Entirely, it's deeply intentional. In the early days, there was always a connection to the body, which drew me to frequencies because I felt them. But today, for me, it's undeniably an intense experience. The way I orchestrate it, many people have never felt it before. My goal is for the participant to have a transformative journey - a before, during, and after. Ideally, the "during and after" would be feelings of relaxation, reduced stress, tension, anxiety, and even physical pain alleviation. My art is increasingly becoming therapeutic, not just aesthetic. It's about creating a pleasant, inviting, and relaxing experience so people can be open and vulnerable. I see people striving to connect with my work. In my perspective, for my work to achieve its desired effect, it cannot be something aggravating. I could create a sound that's annoying, where no one would want to remain in the room, but that's not my aim. I want the opposite. While what might be soothing for one person could be disturbing to another, given the intense nature of the sound, I strive to make it as universally inviting as possible. ​ ​ Burd> Do you always listen to your pieces in the intended environment before setting them up? I understand there's a vast difference between experiencing a sound art piece, say with quality headphones at home, and working on a composition in a real space, much like you explained in your creative process. There's the dimension of the physical space, the equipment setup, and how it's all orchestrated. How does that work for you? Egedy> My work is undeniably site-specific. That's what I find magical about low frequencies. Certain elements simply won't work in some spaces, while others might. Every space is unique, just as every organism is. There isn't a one-size-fits-all approach. I have to be in that space, with the final arrangement, fully immersed. Of course, there are preparatory levels I can execute from my computer, but a simple repositioning of a speaker can entirely change the sonic experience. I must be there, I must mix for that specific room. It's 100% dependent on being present in the environment. While it's a wonderful thing, it also can be seen as a limitation. I can't remotely work on it. I also wouldn't trust anyone else to take my piece and adapt it to a space. I have a specific vision, and only I truly know how it should be executed. ​ ​ Burd> From what I've observed, does it make a difference to you whether the space is indoor or outdoor? How do you navigate this relationship? ​ Egedy> It's a constant dialectical relationship with all elements. I view reality as a vast dialectical interplay of things. We live this at all levels, whether we want to or not. It's just another element, another iteration of that. If you've seen my recent video from the mountains, the one I shot at the castle, you'll understand. I created a piece in the mountains, and it was quite challenging. After working so much, like in urban industrial settings, testing these sounds against nature was a whole new game. So, being in the midst of greenery, I had to ask myself, "What makes sense here?" Yes, every facet of the work, from the lighting conditions, whether or not there'll be seating, how often it plays, and at what time - all these aspects are site-specific and consider the unique conditions and relationship of the location. But I believe that's how life should be. When you're conversing with someone, you have to understand the context, the hermeneutics of the situation. Everything is contextual. ​ Burd> How does the relationship between silence and auditory stimulation function in your work? Egedy> In my work, I strategically incorporate moments of silence juxtaposed against distinct auditory signatures, which might be intense for some, especially if it's an unfamiliar sensation. But I also use a kind of sonic signature that might be overwhelming for some, simply because it might be something they've never experienced before. I actually enjoy that challenge, that push and pull. It's incredibly potent. So, I tell my audience, "Take that in!" [Laughs]. I view my work as a medium to confront avoidance. Maybe you don't want to acknowledge a knee problem, or perhaps you're ignoring a friend's plea for help. In a way, my work serves as a metaphor for the ignorance we all, at times, display in our lives. With my pieces, you're forced to feel. There's no escaping it. [Laughs] Many people have shared their emotional reactions with me. Typically, it ranges from relaxation to excitement. Some even mention a kind of sensual arousal, but mostly it's just an overwhelming rush of emotions.

  • Knot in the throat/videomapping | joanaburd

    Força i Pell Living Capsules Solitude Lullaby Formigario Sonoro Tactame A Virtual A Sonora A Carinhosa As_automatas.web File.img.mp3 Earth Pulse Anthozoa Digitalis Silent Mode 2.0: Body Silent Mode Technological Sensitive Where do the bubbles go Vibratory Body Inside Voice Porn Oasis Knot in the throat/videomapping Keys Anguish Massager The box Atucanation Fare Place They say Brazil is polarized Artificial Tanning Cradle Four Islands The chatterboxes Other objects and experiences Other video Interviews Resultados de busca Knot in the throat, 2019 Mapped projection over wire, paper and plaster sculptures. Arduino with presence sensor, 2 speakers 4ohms 15w. Variable dimension ​ Knot in the throat is a collective of sculptures that react with visual and sound forms to the audience's presence. In a representation of virtual entities and through a presence sensor, the sculptures behave reacting with humanoid expressions (eyes) and with sound elements. ​ ​ 1/1 Why do voice assistants have a female voice? From the second decade of the 21st century, the most well-known voice assistants are virtually functional and have a female voice. Cortana (Microsoft), Alexa (Amazon) and Siri (Apple) are algorithms created by mostly male teams. Their submissive, seductive, helpful and available voices that respond our sound signal puts many questions in terms of gender, whereas the woman's place in her virtual objectification as a service provider.

  • File.img.mp3 | joanaburd

    Força i Pell Living Capsules Solitude Lullaby Formigario Sonoro Tactame A Virtual A Sonora A Carinhosa As_automatas.web File.img.mp3 Earth Pulse Anthozoa Digitalis Silent Mode 2.0: Body Silent Mode Technological Sensitive Where do the bubbles go Vibratory Body Inside Voice Porn Oasis Knot in the throat/videomapping Keys Anguish Massager The box Atucanation Fare Place They say Brazil is polarized Artificial Tanning Cradle Four Islands The chatterboxes Other objects and experiences Other video Interviews Resultados de busca File.img.mp3 colab with Leo Caobelli for the project 10 Desertos de Erros . Selected for Rumos Itaú Cultural, Brazil ​ What is image and what is sound when the specifics of each language are transformed into binary code? In file.img.mp3 this question will not have an answer, but it will open up possibilities for thinking about formats. Used to saving files with extensions that characterize them as a type of media, here the names are shuffled to create images. Moving the cursor triggers random audios that are scattered (or concentrated) in a certain area of ​​the chosen image. Among the thousands of images present in the HD database, four were selected to be the activation guides for a set of sounds that range from music to operating system audios, including game voices and an infinity of errors.mp3.

  • Other objects and experiences | joanaburd

    Força i Pell Living Capsules Solitude Lullaby Formigario Sonoro Tactame A Virtual A Sonora A Carinhosa As_automatas.web File.img.mp3 Earth Pulse Anthozoa Digitalis Silent Mode 2.0: Body Silent Mode Technological Sensitive Where do the bubbles go Vibratory Body Inside Voice Porn Oasis Knot in the throat/videomapping Keys Anguish Massager The box Atucanation Fare Place They say Brazil is polarized Artificial Tanning Cradle Four Islands The chatterboxes Other objects and experiences Other video Interviews Resultados de busca Vírus, 2016 Mouse and needles 16 x 7 x 5 cm Wallet, 2016 Keyboard internal circuit, transparent tape and a "one real" banknote. 20 x 8 cm ​ Teleprompter, 2017 Dual screen glass projection 240 x 140 cm ​ Alberto Semeler e Joana Burd The fugitive, 2016 Techno-Installation HD television, Arduino, RaspberryPi and ultrasonic sensor. ​ “The fugitive” was an experiment idealized together with the artist and professor Alberto Semeler, in which the observer's movement is the driver of the image's becoming. The closer the viewer gets to the screen, the more the image escapes, reducing to just one pixel. ​ Cadu Peixoto e Joana Burd Tomada de Consciência , 2016 Socket mirror, wooden case, connecting pipe wire, brushed steel ruler. 43 x 38 cm ​ The expression "Tomada de Consciência " in Portuguese means "awareness-raising" or even "becoming conscious" of something. It also could mean "Conscious Power Plug" if you literally translate the words, since "Tomada" means at the same time "power plug" and 'taking". ​ * This art work was part of the exhibition "Will to Execution" in 2016 created collectively with the artist Cadu Peixoto selected via the Public Open Call of Porto Alegre City Hall, for the occupation of Galeria Iberê Camargo at Usina do Gasômetro, Brazil. ​ Cadu Peixoto e Joana Burd Garoupa, 2016 Matte vinyl and gold foil sticker. 140 x 300 cm Most abundant fish off the Brazilian coast, also known as merelaço, piracuca or sea chicken. They reach huge sizes, up to 3 meters and over 300 kilograms in weight. Tasty, white flesh has bright colors and inhabits tropical oceans living near the rocks, as it is intelligent and hides from possible human threats. Active predator is hermaphrodite, early in sexual maturation are females and later become males. Animal chosen from the wide Brazilian fauna for the back side of the 100.00 (one hundred) reais banknote. ​ * This art work was part of the exhibition "Will to Execution" in 2016 created collectively with the artist Cadu Peixoto selected via the Public Open Call of Porto Alegre City Hall, for the occupation of Galeria Iberê Camargo at Usina do Gasômetro, Brazil. ​

  • Anthozoa Digitalis | joanaburd

    Força i Pell Living Capsules Solitude Lullaby Formigario Sonoro Tactame A Virtual A Sonora A Carinhosa As_automatas.web File.img.mp3 Earth Pulse Anthozoa Digitalis Silent Mode 2.0: Body Silent Mode Technological Sensitive Where do the bubbles go Vibratory Body Inside Voice Porn Oasis Knot in the throat/videomapping Keys Anguish Massager The box Atucanation Fare Place They say Brazil is polarized Artificial Tanning Cradle Four Islands The chatterboxes Other objects and experiences Other video Interviews Resultados de busca Anthozoa Digitalis, 2020 Ilana Bonder & Joana Burd Interactive installation with AR. ​ Interactive installation with augmented reality technology that invites the audience to touch with their eyes. An empty environment becomes visually tactile through a virtual organism that appears as the user walks. Touch is invoked through colors, textures, objects and sounds. In a parallel reality, this living organism reacts virtually to each user differently. In these times of social distance, our digital communication is carried out through the 'visual organ', as well as through touch, that is, with the fingers, in the phenomenon of the touchscreen. In this experience, the touch and the route are guidelines for the discovery of a new virtual world, or even an interior to be unveiled. ​ 1/1 Images of Aveiro Criatech Digital creativity & technology. October 12-18, 2020 Museu de Aveiro/Santa Joana – Capela dos Claustros, Aveiro, Portugal Aveiro Criatech

  • Silent Mode | joanaburd

    Força i Pell Living Capsules Solitude Lullaby Formigario Sonoro Tactame A Virtual A Sonora A Carinhosa As_automatas.web File.img.mp3 Earth Pulse Anthozoa Digitalis Silent Mode 2.0: Body Silent Mode Technological Sensitive Where do the bubbles go Vibratory Body Inside Voice Porn Oasis Knot in the throat/videomapping Keys Anguish Massager The box Atucanation Fare Place They say Brazil is polarized Artificial Tanning Cradle Four Islands The chatterboxes Other objects and experiences Other video Interviews Resultados de busca Silent mode, 2019 sound art installation 7'40" loop 5.1 audio ​ "Silent mode" is an invitation to pause to listen with the skin, with the body. An immersive environment in which the public is invited to sit on an acoustic bench surrounded by speakers. The narrative that runs through the speakers is based on texts on improvisation by Walter Smetak, in which the voice of the recorded artists is slowly transcoded into smartphone vibration patterns. ​ It is possible to feel the installation through cochlear (auditory) and bone (tactile) listening. Although the title of the work encourages silence, we witness a landscape of noise in 5.1 surround audio. ​ 1/1 For the installation's sound system an immersive environment is created configuring the spatialization of ambisonic surround audio. The sound distribution occurs in the three axes (height, width and depth), from six individual audio channels, resulting in a sensory and perceptive engaged zone for those who are in the installation. ​ In addition to the five channels of spatial distribution of sound, there is also a sixth audio channel dedicated to body listening, using a subwoofer speaker located inside the wooden bench in the center of the space. A low frequency effect channel is offered which transmits impact, pressure and weight, leading to extra auditory and bone sensory sensations. ​ In the transcoding of the sound a vocoder is used. The voice is transformed into a mini-motor vibration from sampling ringtones. The use of this sample becomes the carrier of the voice formant, so that the recitation of the poem seems to be done by the device. 1/1 Creation and direction Joana Burd Sound design Nikolas Gomes Ferranddis Interpreters Bruno Fernandes and Bê Smidt Image capture and editing Carina Macedo _________________________________________________________________ ​ Texts read by interpreters are adapted from the book Walter Smetak (2019). O enxerto do Takaká e outros textos. Editora: Edufba. Edição: 1ª. ISBN: 978-85-232-1832-4. ​ The laugh without laughter The laughter without laugh The cried laugh The laugh of ignorance The laugh replacing the speech The laugh replacing the answer The answer replacing the laughter ​ As artists, we transform “silence” into images and sounds. Images and sounds transform the artist into silences. Silence is the great source of the single cause. If there were no rumors, the silence would be very boring. Rumors are the faithful reproduction of silences. We are losing sight of the silences. We create machines that are much more sensitive than our human senses. So; we put "silent mode" on the machines so that they do not disturb our silence. Because machines also have their own lives: the noise. The “human” machine, on the other hand, is quieter, does not perceive its inner noise. In this digital world we have new possibilities for speech and new formats of silence.

  • Inside Voice | joanaburd

    Força i Pell Living Capsules Solitude Lullaby Formigario Sonoro Tactame A Virtual A Sonora A Carinhosa As_automatas.web File.img.mp3 Earth Pulse Anthozoa Digitalis Silent Mode 2.0: Body Silent Mode Technological Sensitive Where do the bubbles go Vibratory Body Inside Voice Porn Oasis Knot in the throat/videomapping Keys Anguish Massager The box Atucanation Fare Place They say Brazil is polarized Artificial Tanning Cradle Four Islands The chatterboxes Other objects and experiences Other video Interviews Resultados de busca Inside Voice, 2018 Chair, speakers, led tape, microphone programming in Arduino, PureData and P5. Variable dimensions. . Inside Voice is an invitation to feel and listen with body through a kinesthetic chair. The embedded technologies transcode the sound picked up by the microphone and transmit it to the chair. To amplify the vibratory aspect the cones were removed from the speakers and we inserted and amplifier and a Arduino between the input (microphone) and output (chair). In addition, the work has a computer that activates PureData software, making the a bass and slow sound. The treble is eliminated and with it any recognition of the words being spoken. Contributors: André Diestel, Felipe Merker Castellani, Camila Brum, Ilana Bonder and Matheus Schiaffino. Interaction: Form a pair. While one person speaks into the microphone, the other sits in the transparent chair to feel their vibrations. ​ ​ 1/1

  • Formigario Sonoro | joanaburd

    Força i Pell Living Capsules Solitude Lullaby Formigario Sonoro Tactame A Virtual A Sonora A Carinhosa As_automatas.web File.img.mp3 Earth Pulse Anthozoa Digitalis Silent Mode 2.0: Body Silent Mode Technological Sensitive Where do the bubbles go Vibratory Body Inside Voice Porn Oasis Knot in the throat/videomapping Keys Anguish Massager The box Atucanation Fare Place They say Brazil is polarized Artificial Tanning Cradle Four Islands The chatterboxes Other objects and experiences Other video Interviews Resultados de busca Formigário Sonoro, 2023 ​ ​ Formigário Sonoro is a biofabricated and biohybrid ecosystem that investigates relationships between surveillance, cooperation and tactile listening for insects and humans. In the image we penetrate the intimacy of a community, in its environments and details. The activation between cause and effect is carried out through sensors and microphones, where energy, rhythm and frequency are driven by behaviour and displacement in the rooms. 00:00 / 03:30 1/1 Such sound immersion was mixed from the capture and communication between two residences: that of the ants and that of artists in the 8th edition of KinoBeat Festival. Between two sonic axes, the first is presented from the abdominal and tactile vibrations in the inner dialogue of the communities. The second is driven by the anthill's chemical superorganism. The sensors of capturing light, ultrasonic movement, temperature and humidity guide the code in which the protagonists of the composition are the ants, in their way of walking, crossing, communicating and building a house. Techniques: Digital fabrication, data sonification, audio mixing, raspberry pi programming. Process: Capture of sounds in the residential environments, capture of sensor data, image, and video reproduction Support: 8th Kino Beat Festival Created at: Casa de Cultura Mario Quintana, Porto Alegre, BR. 1/1

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