Annea Lockwood

SCORE: bayou-borne

ANNEA LOCKWOOD is known for her explorations of natural acoustic sounds and environments. Recent work includes Wild Energy, a collaboration with Bob Bielecki, a site-specific multi-channel installation focused on geophysical, atmospheric and mammalian infra and ultra sound sources, created for the sound art exhibition, A Garden of Sonic Delights, at Caramoor, New York. She met Pauline Oliveros in the early 1970s on-air at KPFA, San Francisco, after a year or so of exchanging scores and letters, and it was through Pauline and the composer Ruth Anderson that she came to the US, where she has lived and worked since 1973. She is a Professor Emerita, Vassar College.