C. Lavender Sound Artist, Sound Healing Practitioner & Educator Brooklyn, NY
Selected Live Performances The Guggenheim | NYC | 2019 Hirshhorn Museum | Washington D.C. | 2019 The New School | NYC | 2019 Issue Project Room | NYC | 2018, 2012, 2011 Fridman Gallery | NYC | 2019, 2017 Basilica Soundscape Festival | Hudson, NY | 2016, 2012 MoMA PS 1 | NYC | 2015 Roulette Mixology Festival | NYC | 2014 Ende Tymes Festival | NYC | 2019, 2014, 2012 The Stone | NYC | 2012 Triple Canopy | NYC | 2010
Teaching & Lectures "Sonic Meditation: Pulse Index" | Hirshhorn Museum | Washington D.C. | 2019 “Meditating with Sound” | Rubin Museum | NYC | 2018, 2017 “Deep Listening & The Physical Properties of Sound” | Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute | Troy, NY | 2019, 2018, 2017 “Listening in The Leaves” | Brooklyn Botanic Garden | NYC | 2016 “All Ears” Ten Week Class for Children | Kites Nest | Hudson, NY | 2016 “Therapeutic Applications of Recordings” | Oral History Summer School | Hudson, NY | 2015 “Brainwave Entrainment Audio” | MoMA PS 1 | NYC | 2015 “Harmonious Ambience & Chaotic Noise” | Deep Listening Art/Science Conference | EMPAC | Troy, NY | 2014
Installations & Commissions "Terraforming a Sanctuary" 4-channel audio installation in the fern room at The Lincoln Park Conservatory| ESS Florasonic Commission | Chicago, IL | 2019 "Macrophagic Notturno" Sound art sculpture | "ARTSCIENCE"| Park Place Gallery | Brooklyn, NY | 2019 "Sagittal Plane Interference" Audio Installation| “Take Care,”| Gas | Los Angeles, CA | 2018 “Machines Running/Roving Harmonica” Audio installation and performance| CR 10 Gallery | Livingston, NY | 2014 “Pipe Dreams” Performance on welded sculpture | Gaga Arts Center | Garnerville, NY | 2011 “The 12 Step Program” A/V audio installation | Azarian McCullough Art Gallery | Sparkill, NY | 2010
Education St. Thomas Aquinas College | B.S. Psychology, minor art therapy | 2010
Biography C. Lavender is a New York based multi-disciplinary sound artist, sound healing practitioner and educator whose work spans through live performance, recording, installations, videos and workshops. She seeks to create an immersive aural landscape for the listener, an experience which is intensely physical, emotional and ultimately cathartic as noted in a performance review from the Village Voice; "downright iconic, charged with meaning and transgression." C. Lavender has performed, lectured and hosted workshops at The Guggenheim, Hirshhorn Museum, Issue Project Room, The Rubin Museum, MoMA PS1, The Stone, The Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Fridman Gallery, and RPI University among other venues. She studied Deep Listening with its founder Pauline Oliveros while volunteering at The Deep Listening Institute. In 2016 she taught a ten-week class for children about the scientific and artistic aspects of sound. C. Lavender has albums and recordings featured on the labels Ecstatic Peace!, RVNG Intl, Primitive Languages, and Hot Releases.