Erin Gee is a composer and artist living in Montreal, Canada. She creates interactive object-scores, biotechnological performances and digital prints inspired by vocal performance practice and technological otherness. Her current research into affective computing and incorporating physiological effects of emotion into works for robotic musical instruments has been reviewed by VICE, Oyster Magazine, and Scientific American. Other research interests include feminist media practice, virtual idol culture from Japan, and modding first person shooter video games.
Flesh of the World at University of Toronto Art Center, June 25-October 13, 2015
Nocturne (x + 1) at Musée d'art contemporain de Montréal // February 20th, 2015
Interview in VICE magazine
Article in Oyster magazine
Blogged in Scientific American
December 2014 Performance Swarming Emotional Pianos with Innovations en Concert (Montreal)
Article and podcast with Jeanette Kelly at CBC Radio