ladyeve will be featured on WPRK Radio 91.5FM Rollins College on February 18, 2019 as part of the Downtown Sound Art Collective in Orlando. Tune in at 4pm to Overtones, Undertones, and Subplots to hear original compositions with Fax, Kim Cascone, Gunshae, and solo work from the vaults. Live and direct via WPRK online!
Experience soundscape…to understand the health of our environment, for the benefits of nature on human wellness, and to feel the moment.
Second Saturday Soundwalks continue with Atlantic Center for the Arts. Held at various locations including Canaveral National Seashore, Spruce Creek Preserve, Mennello Museum of American Art, Timucua White House, and DeLeon Springs State Park.
21st annual winter mix by ladyeve…enjoy!
now and forever
Honored to be presenting alongside Alluxe and Rachel Chase for this amazing retreat in December at Atlantic Center for the Arts. Thanks to our sponsors Apogee, Ableton, Sensel, Novation, iZotope and Roli.
Once again, curating and leading a series of Soundwalks with Atlantic Center for the Arts: September 2017 – May 2018 along space coast, in partnership with Canaveral National Seashore, National Parks Service.
In addition to October 21, 2017 at Orlando’s Timucua Arts Foundation
Host, Antonia Folguera features original, unreleased, and collaborative compositions by Lady Eve on her show female:pressure. Frission Radio
Broadcasts live on December 22, 2016 at 2pm (EST), with a re-broadcast on January 5, 2017.
Archived on Frission’s Mixcloud
Lady Eve Winter Solstice mix :: where sky and water meet
Available on Mixcloud
On Friday, November 18, 2016, Lady Eve talks with All Things Considered host, Crystal Chavez about the new sound installation at Atlantic Center for the Arts. Watercolors in Sound is curated by Lady Eve, and is an exhibition sharing field recordings from the NSB Soundwalks, reinterpreted into a collaborative environmental narrative and visual journey.
Streaming live at 5:50pm via Spotlight on WMFE OrlandoArchived at WMFE Radio
In the autumn of this year, Atlantic Center for the Arts presented a series of soundwalks to compliment their community Arts and Wellness initiative. Each walk brought together people and their environment in an auditory tour. Soundwalks are meditative excursions that open awareness to both the health of the natural ecosystem, and to the health of each individual. They are inextricably linked. Our sense of hearing connects us directly to the reality of changing landscapes, habitats, and our everyday actions. Musician and naturalist, Bernie Krause has aptly noted, “While a picture may indeed be worth a thousand words, a natural soundscape is worth a thousand pictures.”
Watercolors in Sound is an exhibition sharing field recordings from the NSB Soundwalks, reinterpreted into a collaborative environmental narrative and visual journey, created by Lady Eve. This sound installation runs throughout the month of December at Harris House. An opening reception will take place on December 3, 2016 from 4-7 pm with a live performance sharing improvised ambient music and soundscape to create awareness of the local audio ecology. The visual presentation combines video, spectrograms, and a soundmap of the New Smyrna Beach environment to present a full spectrum experience that is unique and enlightening.
Atlantic Center for the Arts