Michelle Rosenberg

Michelle Rosenberg is a sculptor and architect whose installations mediate interaction with sound.

In a series of work called "Dynamic Headphones," Rosenberg modifies portable electronic headphones as well as creates acoustic headphones that utilize basic principles of physics. These devices experiment with the intimacy of listening to live and recorded sound. In other installations, Rosenberg uses game calls and other whistles to bring unexpected signs of life to objects and situations.

Rosenberg has exhibited her work at galleries including Exit Art and PS122 in New York; Western Exhibitions in Chicago; and The Portland Building Pubic Art Space in Portland, Oregon. She has created outdoor installations at Socrates Sculpture Park in Queens; University Settlement in Beacon, New York; and Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland. She has recently lectured on the history of listening devices for Dorkbot at Location One in New York and participated in a residency at Sculpture Space in Utica, New York.