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Brady Marks

Brady Marks is a digital media artist working primarily in audiovisual practices, new media and kinetic art. She obtained an undergraduate degree in Computer Science from the University of Cape Town, South Africa, and a Masters in Interactive Arts from Simon Fraser University in Vancouver.

Her accolades include:

  • Tree Studies (2006) with Chris Welby – a three-screen digital media installation that displayed a real-time, weather-data transition system covering four continents that  presented at the Gwangju Biennale in South Korea
  • I Am Listening (2007) – an interactive light sculpture commissioned and acquired by the Surrey Art Gallery (BC) where it is on permanent display
  • 7 piece collaboration with Geoffrey Farmer including:
  • In conjunction with VIVO Media Arts Centre (Vancouver), Brady received Innovations Grant from the British Columbia Arts Council for the research and creation of a volumetric display device that generated interactive 3D sculptural images. The device was presented at the 2015 International Symposium on Electronic Art.

As a graduate of Simon Fraser University, taught by faculty including original members of the World Soundscape Project (WSP), and as a member of the Soundscape Collective at Vancouver Co-operative Radio, Brady Marks is an inheritor of the WSP legacy of Acoustic Ecology. She is a frequent host of Soundscape on Co-op Radio, as well as a member of the Vancouver Electronic Ensemble and a DJ working under the alias of furiousgreencloud.

furiousgreencloud.com, wetlandproject.com 

Events with Brady Marks

Podcasting: The Story from Hear
August 27, 2020

Dive into the power of sound, listening, and place-based podcasts. This creative retreat is a chance to deepen your audio storytelling and listening skills in a supportive group environment. New this year: the program will focus on the connection between lore and place – encouraging participants to introduce mythological or supernatural elements to their audio storytelling experiments. Sonically explore and document the unique coastal rainforest environments that surround Hollyhock through guided, attentive soundwalks. Enjoy the relaxing natural environment and opportunities for research and productive time to advance your personal acoustic projects. Get feedback on your ongoing projects, or create new audio stories that reflect…