Marina Rosenfeld Music/Sound Visiting Artist 2022
Marina Rosenfeld is a composer and artist based in Brooklyn, New York. Working across the disciplinary boundaries of music and visual art, she has created a body of work spanning sound, music and performance, sculpture and works on paper. Rosenfeld has created commissioned works for the Museum of Modern Art, the Park Avenue Armory, the Haus der Kulturen der Welt, the Fondacion Serralves and the Guggenheim Museum among many others, and participated in surveys including the Whitney Biennial (in 2002 and 2008), the Aurora, Montréal and Liverpool biennials, PERFORMA, and ‘Every Time A Ear di Soun,’ the radio program of documenta14. Her work has been featured in recent solo exhibitions by institutions including Kunsthaus Baselland (2021), The Artist’s Institute (2019), Portikus, Frankfurt (2017), and the Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College (2016), and in contemporary music festivals including the Holland festival, Borealis, Ultima, Wien Modern, Donaueschinger Musiktage, Musica Strasbourg, Borderlines, and Tectonics, among many others. As a turntablist, Rosenfeld has performed and recorded improvised music for almost three decades, including for the Merce Cunningham Company between 2004 and 2008. Her recordings are on Room40, Shelter Press, 901Editions and forthcoming in 2023 on INFO Unltd. Rosenfeld was a faculty member of the Bard MFA from 2003 to 2021, and co-chair of Music/Sound from 2007-2021.