Kabir Carter  Music/Sound Co-Chair

Kabir Carter  Music/Sound Co-Chair

Kabir Carter makes work through performance, installations, writing, and related discursive activities. He shapes sound’s residues and traces the flows of spatial intensities between humans, nonhumans, architectural structures, and communication architectures. His research interests include dance, popular and experimental music, architectural acoustics, the affective potentialities of sound-in-space, and the history of infrastructure. He has performed, interacted with, and installed work within a variety of sites and environments including bodies of water, parks, industrial sites, theaters, art exhibition spaces, walkways, passages, staircases, elevators, and more.

His work has been presented and exhibited at Diapason Gallery, New York; HKW – Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin; Inter Arts Center, Malmö; ISSUE Project Room, Brooklyn; Museet for Samtidskunst, Roskilde; Overgaden Institute of Contemporary Art, Copenhagen; Pageant, Brooklyn; and Studio Museum in Harlem, New York. He has participated in Bergen Assembly, CTM (club transmediale), Festival Bonn Hoeren, Full Pull, Performa Biennial, Sonic Acts Festival, Tuned City Brussels, and Unsound Festival New York. Carter has been a Danish Arts Council DIVA Programme awardee, a fellow at Hochschule Für Bildende Kunste Braunschweig and a resident at LMCC Workspace Program, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council. He received his MFA from Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts, Bard College.


Photo: Marcus Lieberenz

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