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Carrie Bodle
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Carrie Bodle is a visual and sound artist whose work has led her to investigate sound in the context of visual art, representation and the transformation of site, history and memory, and collaborations between contemporary artists, scientists, and technologists. Recent works have taken the form of temporary, large-scale public art installations such as Sonifications (2005) which gave a voice to atmospheric research at MIT's Haystack Observatory (in collaboration with Dr. Phil Erickson) through 35 loudspeakers distributed across the facade of IM Pei's Green Building in Cambridge, MA.

Artist Residencies include IBM Watson Collaborative User Experience Group in Cambridge, MA and 911 Media Arts Center/Henry Art Gallery in Seattle, WA. Bodle received her Master's of Science in Visual Studies from the MIT Visual Arts Program where she worked with Krzysztof Wodiczko, Joan Jonas, and Antoni Muntadas. There her work focused on public art, sonic art, and interdisciplinary classes in Cinematic Storytelling, Audio Processing by People and Machines, Sonic Arts History, and Video Art History at Harvard University. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art and Technology with Distinction from The Ohio State University in 2002. In Columbus, Ohio she worked as an assistant for Ann Hamilton (2000-2003) and since 2006 has been a lecturer at the University of Washington in the School of Art. Her work has also been shown at the Location One Gallery in NYC, the DeCordova Museum in Lincoln, MA, and was webcasted internationally by radioartemobile through the Center for Advanced Visual Studies, CAVS, at MIT.
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