Jacki Apple

Since 1971 visual, performance, and media artist, audio composer, writer, director, producer, and educator Jacki Apple's diverse artistic career has encompassed a wide range of media and forms—multimedia installations, interdisciplinary performance, audio, radio, photography, video, film, artist books, drawings, site specific works, public art projects. Her works have been performed, exhibited, and broadcast in art spaces, galleries, museums, theaters, festivals, on radio and cable TV throughout the United States and Canada, and in Europe, Australia, and New Zealand. She began doing text/sound works for installations and performances in New York in the 1970s. In the 1980s she moved to Los Angeles where she staged a number of interdisciplinary collaborative performance operas, and site-specific spectacles, as well as recorded works for radio. Since 1990 she has created an ongoing series of site specific installations, performances, photographic works and artists books dealing with environmental issues. An innovator in the development of radio art in the 1980s, her text/sound/music audio works have been broadcast and recognized internationally. Her works have also been included in numerous LP, cassette, and CD anthologies, and audio art exhibitions. A major retrospective of her audio and radio work (1979-1997) was presented at the international SoundCulture '99 festival Auckland, New Zealand. Her ground-breaking collaborative six-part radio series Redefining Democracy in America 1991-92 was broadcast nationally, and her CDs include Thank You For Flying American, ghost.danceson the event horizon , eco-geographies, L.A. Noir, and Star Tripping. From 1982-95, she was the producer/host of Soundings, a weekly one hour radio show featuring performance, sound, and music works on KPFK-FM, Pacifica Radio, Los Angeles. She co-produced the annual EARJAM new music festivals with Julie Adler at Side Street Live, the Armory Northwest, and at REDCAT in Los Angeles 2000-2004. Apple now serves as Professor Emerita at Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, CA where she taught from 1983-2016. - Adapted from: https://www.spacescle.org/about/artists/jacki-apple

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