Erin Marie Gee (CA)

Erin Marie Gee
Participant in
SoundLAB VI – sonic art project environments
soundPOOL – a challenge for imagination

SIP – SoundLAB Interview

Erin Gee is a Canadian artist working in areas of video, performance, robotics and audio. Drawing inspiration from both science fiction and a conflicted Catholic upbringing, Gee enjoys investigating the moral and mythical underpinnings of science as a way of understanding the world as a web of relationships with animate and inanimate objects. She earned a Bachelor’s of Music Education from the University of Regina (2006), and will be completing a fine art’s degree in Intermedia through the University of Regina in Spring 2009. In addition to presenting at the Open Engagement: Art After Aesthetic Distance conference hosted at the University of Regina in 2007, her work has been shown at Neutral Ground Gallery, Regina (2008), Eyelevel Gallery, Halifax (2007) and Mysteria, Regina (2006). Her work is featured in Vague Terrain’s twelfth issue on device art, curated by Rob Cruikshank, released January 2009. Vague Terrain is a web-based digital arts publication that showcases the creative practice of artists, musicians and scholars. (