Stefanou, Tina

Stefanou, Tina

PhD candidate in Fine Arts

Victoria College of The Arts, University of Melbourne
Research interests / activities:

I am a vocalist, researcher and artist who is developing methods, approaches and practices in ‘voice in the expanded field.’ This includes my ongoing work with a herd of elderly horses and the community around them. I create moving images, sound sculptures and performative environments with more-than-humans to playful disrupt human exceptionalism in art and culture. I am interested in the potential for social and ecological change via artistic experiences with animals.

Outputs:

2021 The Singing Alphabet ‘Writing in the Expanded Field Vol. 3: Overlapping Writing’, ACCA and RMIT’s non/fictionLab 2021 writing program

2021 Unheard Relations, Liquid Architecture, Site & Sound: Sonic art as ecological practice, McClelland Sculpture Park and Gallery

2020 Method-in-Process, AMP Volumes, Volume one

2020 A Walk with Tina Stefanou, Seesaw magazine, Opinion, June

2020 Chimps for Chimps Adsr zine, issue 007

2019 Excerpts from Grazing on the Grandmaocene , Adsr zine, issue 006

2019 Eratos, Cleo, Melpomene and Terpsichore: A play for four artists , Adsr zine, issue 001

Potential areas for research supervision:
Fine art, performance, and sound
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