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  • Halsey Burgund - Sound Artist
    local news outlets Miami New Times Culture Designers Tropicult The wonderful folks at Fordistas put together this trailer for unreserved Listen to an audio excerpt here Your browser does not support the audio element Brother Thomas Fellowship October 27 2015 I am honored and excited to announce that I have received a fellowship from the Boston Foundation as part of their Brother Thomas Fellowship program I join an esteemed list of fellows and finalists This is a rare program that celebrates artistic accomplishments and vision in an unrestricted way giving recipients complete freedom in how to use the generous award I plan to use it not only to give me more time to take advantage of my MIT Media Lab and Open Documentary Lab affiliations but also to invest back into Roundware MIT Media Lab October 7 2015 I have recently extended my infiltration of MIT by becoming a Research Affiliate in the Responsive Environments group in the Media Lab at MIT This was precipitated by my Bog People installation work which is part of the larger Living Observatory project in which the amazing folks in the Responsive Environments group play a huge part I am honored and humbled to be associated with these technologists researchers musicians artists and am looking forward to learning even more from them than I already have Invisible Monument Dewey Square September 2015 I am pleased to announce the first in a series of installation events called Invisible Monument a new project in collaboration with artist and fellow MIT Open Documentary Lab fellow Lara Baladi WHEN 30th of September 30th from 4 7PM WHERE Dewey Square Boston Since 2011 from the Arab Spring to the Occupy movements the world has experienced an unprecedented number of uprisings Invisible Monument is an ongoing series of contributory audioscapes which will be geolocated in spaces across the world where these social movements started and changed history Tributaries Trailer September 2015 A short film that Tyne Wear Archives and Museums commissioned on Tributaries Tributaries August 2015 I have just launched a new project commissioned by the Tyne Wear Archives and Museums in Newcastle UK called Tributaries I ve been working with the museum for over a year on it and it s finally available for everyone to experience Tributaries aims to give insight into the daily reality of life loss and love on Tyneside during the First World War I worked with the archives and museum to uncover materials from 100 years ago that express what life was like back then everything from diaries to newspaper articles to weather logs to sports scores and then re animated those writings with the help of local volunteers who expertly voiced them for us The resulting experience is a site specific combination of a new musical composition infused with this content which is geographically distributed throughout the region for participants to discover as they wander re verse the gates of Harvard Yard April 2015 A new installation as part of Harvard s LitFest

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  • About
    NZ Tyne Wear Archive and Museums Newcastle UK the Museum of Science Boston and the California Academy of Sciences He was awarded a Smithsonian Artist Research Fellowship to explore their audio archives for future work and is currently a fellow in MIT s Open Documentary Lab as well as a Research Affiliate at the MIT Media Lab Halsey conceived and developed the open source Roundware audio platform for his installation work which enables the creation of contributory location based audio experiences Halsey s work with Roundware has led him beyond his individual artwork to working on educational audio projects at various museums and cultural institutions including the Smithsonian UNESCO and the Exploratorium as well as investigating the uses of Roundware for accessibility purposes for people with vision impairments Artist Statement People say interesting things and they say them in interesting ways The voices I collect from otherwise uninvolved individuals become the raw material as well as the inspiration for both my installations and my musical compositions The nuance of the spoken human voice has a unique ability to communicate much more than the words themselves and I try to tap into this power and enhance it with the music I

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  • Resumé
    I Resumé Media Coverage News Communicate Other Roundware enemies of enormity aesthetic evidence Bring Your Own Voice SARF Blog Projects Resumé You can also download a pdf of the resume

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  • Media Coverage
    Platform Rules by Eliot Van Buskirk October 17 2012 The Arts Fuse ROUND Cambridge Sounds the Depths of the City s Public Art by Margaret Weigel October 21 2012 Wired UK Blog Public art and the raw material of thoughts by Duncan Geere September 29 2012 Cambridge Chronicle ROUND Cambridge article by Emily Cataneo September 14 2012 Colorado Springs Independent Audio Graffiti by Kirsten Akens September 22 2011 Art New England Sound Sculptures by Anne Krinsky July August 2011 Museum Mobile Mobile Social Media Halsey Burgund s Scapes by Nancy Proctor Smithsonian Institution October 22 2010 Thinking About Exhibits A Tale of Two Exhibits It was the best of times by Ed Rodley Museum of Science Boston October 21 2010 Boston Globe Other People Give Voice to His Work July 11 2010 New York Times A Museum That Lets Its Visitors Become Part of the Art June 8 2008 graphic Rhizome org Guided By Voices March 12 2008 Lowell Sun Finding His Voices Through Yours October 25 2007 Bedford Minuteman Inside the box Music Sounds Really Far Out October 17 2007 ABC World News Tonight Musician Tours to Find Music December 6 2006 New York Times Sunday A L Finding Melodies Hidden in the Voices We Speak September 17 2006 graphic Boston Globe Feature on Dwelling exhibit Forest Hills August 18 2006 Big Red and Shiny Review of Thread Counts Project GASP March 19 2006 Boston Phoenix Halsey Burgund wants your voice January 5 2006 Northeast Performer Magazine Album review words and voices January 1 2006 Middlesex Beat Rockin the Words September 6 2005 Boston Phoenix Calling musicians to speak out for file sharing July 28 2005 Boston Globe Calendar section cover story Talk To Me April 14 2005 graphic text Radio Audio Here Now on NPR Water Stories interview

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  • News
    will be giving an early stage demo of my piece Ghost Crowd which I am working on as a result of my Smithsonian Artist Research Fellowship last year There will be other audio innovators at the event including I am told the inventor of the microphone sweet artists in the innovation hub November 2013 I was interviewed for an article on the role artists can play in innovation in Boston a city renowned for other sorts of innovation whether it be technology biotech education etc It s an interesting topic and I actually am optimistic that artists are being included more and more in forward thinking cutting edge discussions that are not necessarily related to art In any case read for my perspectives and those of several other talented Boston area artists Art in the Innovation Hub Part 3 Artists by Laura Mitchell Walking the Rocks June 2013 My collaboration A Walk Through Deep Time with New Zealand artist Trudy Lane is now in its second incarnation in Sydney as part of the ISEA 2013 International Symposium on Electronic Art Trudy has been on site leading guided walks and I have transported the soundscape from New Zealand to The Rocks neighborhood of Sydney for people to experience and contribute Our piece is part of The Rocks Pop Up program of ISEA which includes a number of cool non traditionally sited pieces You can download the updated version of the iOS app or visit the new Deep Time website to listen and contribute regardless of whether you are on site Ocean Voices Blue Mind May 2013 I will be performing and speaking about Ocean Voices at the annual Blue Mind conference organized by marine biologist Dr Wallace J Nichols It is a conference focussed on neuro conservation and how the ocean can effect the brain I ll be part of a session with David Poeppel a neuro scientist from NYU and Jim Toomey the creator of Sherman s Lagoon the syndicated comic PT in DC April 2013 Kelly Sherman and I will be heading south to Washington DC next week to install Patient Translations at the annual TEDMED conference at the Kennedy Center We are excited to share the piece with a larger and more broad audience and get a chance to talk with all the medically minded people in attendance I hope we get a chance to attend some of the talks as well since I am fairly addicted to TED talks already but have only been able to enjoy them online thus far In anticipation the kind folks at TEDMED have posted a blurb on their blog about Patient Translations Voice art aims to capture the human side of healthcare Kill Screen April 2013 Here s a nice article about Scapes in relation to a very interesting new musical video game called Proteus I like thinking about the connections between real and imagined worlds How the magic sounds of Proteus are making their way into the real world While

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  • Communicate
    Am I Resumé Media Coverage News Communicate Other Roundware enemies of enormity aesthetic evidence Bring Your Own Voice SARF Blog Projects Communicate Send a message Name Email Message Join the Mailing List indicates required Email Address First Name Last Name

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  • Projects
    love and loss in the Northeast UK during WWI re verse ghost poets in Harvard Yard Sound Sky rebuilding a city Patient Translations how does it feel to be a patient Deep Time traversing Earth s history ROUND Cambridge augmenting the public art of Cambridge MA Hotel Dreamy where dreams go on vacation Scapes music and voices in a sculpture garden Music for Journaling a project for the Public Art

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  • Faint Earth Murmur
    years of radio via six themes ranging from politics to entertainment to sports The piece consists of a six channel audio installation divided into three zones within the gallery Listening 1920s 1930s Tinkering 1940s 1950s Broadcasting 1960s Present An original Midland radio from the 1940s was gutted and fitted with electronics and 3D printed parts so that the radio tuner controls the audio allowing visitors to tune into stations that interest them Audio Sample Your browser does not support the audio element Radio Contact Exhibition Description Before the internet and social media and before television radio was the medium that informed instructed entertained and connected people across cultures and geographic divides Families gathered around the living room radio and listened together to Franklin Roosevelt s fireside chats or to detective dramas like The Shadow People of all ages tinkered with ham radios in order to talk to people across the country Commercial underground and political networks broadcast to a far flung society giving voice to diverse ideas and music freely available to all Showcasing radio equipment from the Collection of Historical Scientific Instruments this exhibition will examine the evolving technology and culture of listening tinkering and broadcasting Radio introduced millions

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