Maile Colbert

Viseu Rural 2.0 Collective Exhibition at Casa das Memórias (Viseu, Portugal)

25 November, 2015|

Viseu Rural 2.0 Documenting and [Re]expressing Rural Heritage Collective Exhibition Casa das Memórias, Viseu (Portugal) 28 November 2015 - 17 April 2016 with: Luís Costa David Prior Frances Crow Antye Greie (AGF) Sérgio Bonilha Luciana Ohira Jason Kahn Rui [...]

Maile Colbert’s “Passageira em Casa” presented at Teatro Viriato (Viseu, PT)

19 October, 2013|

"Passageira em Casa / Passenger at Home", by Maile Colbert Teatro Viriato (Viseu, PT) | Dance Studio Friday, November 1st, 2013, 9.30pm Free admission. “Passageira em Casa / Passenger at Home”, a intermedia project by Maile Colbert, produced by Binaural/Nodar [...]

“Passenger at Home” by Maile Colbert hosted at an artistic residency at Atelier RE.AL (Lisbon, PT)

31 August, 2013|

"Passenger at Home" by Maile Colbert hosted at an artistic residency at Estúdio RE.AL (Lisbon, PT) “Passageira em Casa / Passenger at Home”, a intermedia project by Maile Colbert, produced by Binaural/Nodar and funded by the Government of Portugal | [...]

Maile Colbert gives lectures on “Passageira em Casa”

21 May, 2013|

The American intermedia artist and associate member of Binaural/Nodar, Maile Colbert, will give two lectures on the work developed for her ongoing project "Passageira em Casa". At ISMAI - Instituto Superior da Maia, Maile will give a multimedia presentation of [...]

“Passageira em Casa” by Maile Colbert hosted by Australian artist in residence program

6 March, 2013|

"Passageira em Casa / Passanger at Home", a multi-media maritime project by Maile Colbert, produced by Binaural/Nodar and funded by the Government of Portugal | General Directorate for the Arts is having an australian version developed between March 25th and April 14th, 2013 in the scope of the international Artist in Residence Program—iAIR, at the School of Art - RMIT University in Melbourne

Passageira em Casa at Rathmines Library in Dublin

21 January, 2013|

A mix-down sound version of Passageira em Casa, a project by Maile Colbert and funded by the Portuguese General Directorate for the Arts was selected for Sound Devices, a series of sound miniatures to be presented throughout 2013 at Rathmines Library [...]

Maile Colbert gives lectures on “Passageira em Casa” at SUNY Binghamton

9 October, 2012|

Maile Colbert will give two lectures at the State University of New York, Binghamton (US), where she will discuss her recent work, with a focus on her intermedia project "Passageira em Casa". 10.Oct.12: Audio/Visual Performance class in Film and Video Department: Screening of intermedia and interdisciplinary projects by Maile Colbert using live video and audio techniques, with a highlight on her new project "Passageira em Casa".

Maile Colbert presents “Passageira em Casa” at Electronic Music Foundation, NY

15 December, 2011|

Sunday, December 18, 2pm Greenwich House Music School 46 Barrow St. New York, NY Admission: Free Passageira em Casa is a multimedia performance inspired by concepts of home and migration. The narrative is a partially fictionalized and personalized account of the maritime history of Portugal, enacted by a dancer, a vocal performer, live video performer, live electronic composer, and other artists. The project is inspired by various texts related to maritime journeys and Portuguese history and culture. In her presentation at EMF, Colbert will discuss her use of site-specific field recordings of tectonic plates, earthquakes, and tidal movements in the piece. She will also address how flora, fauna, constelations and maritime navigation techniques have influenced the work.

“Passenger at Home”: Open Call for Residency/Workshop

1 May, 2011|

Open Call Workshop/Residency "Passenger at Home": Task-based Choreography Directed by Maile Colbert and Wanda Gala With dramaturgic support by Rui Catalão Production: Binaural/Nodar Centro de Experimentação Artística Fábrica da Pólvora (Barcarena, Oeiras, Portugal) 27 June - 2 July 2011 Total duration: 42 hours (7 hours/day) Deadline for reception of applications: 15 June 2011

Framework radio show dedicated to Paivascapes #1 broadcasted on Resonance FM

5 April, 2011|

Paivascapes #1 - Paiva River Sound Festival will be the subject of Patrick McGinley's Framework radio show to be first broadcasted on the London-based Resonance 104.4 FM station, on April 10th at 10:00pm local time and following on several European and US radio stations. The radio piece to be broadcasted was composed by Rui Costa and is entitled "Around the River Bend". It features a variety of locations, times of day, seasons, and contexts including recordings of the Paivascapes #1 festival performances, source material collected by the artists for their sound and audiovisual installations, sound clips included in Binaural/Nodar's Paiva River Sound Mapping project, spontaneous recordings of social gatherings during the festival, and improvisations made by children inspired by the river soundscapes or by the names of the places where the festival happened, etc..

Paivascapes #1 Festival: 4 – 8 March 2011

2 February, 2011|

PAIVASCAPES #1 – PAIVA RIVER SOUND FESTIVAL Vila Nova de Paiva, Castro Daire, São Pedro do Sul, Arouca, Castelo de Paiva (PT) March 4th – 8th, 2011 Retrospective exhibition, multimedia concerts, site-specific sound installations, conferences, video works screenings, sound perception activities and environmental walks. “An innovative and itinerant festival where the sound and multimedia arts will interact with riverside landscapes and communities along the Paiva River, from its source to its mouth. “Paivascapes #1 will include exhibitions and sound and multimedia concerts related to the Paiva River, by over twenty renowned artists from Europe, America and Asia.”

Binaural/Nodar Collective Exhibition at the Camden International Film Festival (US)

16 September, 2010|

‘Scraping the Surface’: A Binaural/Nodar Collective Exhibition Asymmetrick Arts Gallery, Rockland, Maine (US) September 29th - October 3rd, 2010 This exhibition comprises works made by members of the Binaural/Nodar artist collective and others created at the Artist Residency Center of Nodar. The works reflect upon specific aspects of a geographical and social context (the city, in the case of ‘Sightseeing for the Blind’ and the rural village in the case of the remaining works) and use strategies that begin with various methods of documentation and then extend through artistic process to introduce a distance from the original fragments of reality and to access deeper layers from it. This exhibition will be integrated in Panoptic: An Exploration, a section of the Camden International Film Festival dedicated to new media installation and experimental documentary shorts.

Binaural US Tour 2009

26 December, 2008|

Binaural U.S. Tour 2009 Lectures | Workshops | Concerts January, 21st – February, 17th 2009 Between January, 21st and February, 17th 2009, Binaural founder and sound artist Rui Costa and the sound/video artist Maile Colbert will conduct a series of [...]