Anne Bourne

Sound field composer/artist Anne Bourne (Tkaronto) creates emergent streams of microtonal cello, piano, field recordings and text. Experienced in a diverse community of international performance and recording artists, in dance, film, songs, Anne is alumna of the sangre de cristo mountain listening retreats, a sonics improviser with composer Pauline Oliveros. On faculty at the Center for Deep Listening, NY, Anne leads collective environmental listening and sounding, a practice of empathy, her quantum listening walks seed ‘soundfield memory restoration archive’ lexicon. A Chalmers Fellow, Anne explores the nearshore, for equanimity, ocean literacy and the more-than-human soundfield, composing in attunement to the spectral wave patterns of water.