Jodi Rose has traveled the world since 2002, creating Singing Bridges, a conceptual sound work using the cables of bridges as musical instruments on a global scale. Recording the vibrations in the cables with contact microphones, editing and composing the sounds to create experimental music, performances, and installations has taken Jodi to festivals and events across Europe and Australia. She has dangled from the top of a crane in Bangkok to listen to the cables being 'tuned,' sampled cocktails in the bar of the UFO Bridge in Bratislava, been guardian of a bridge over the Danube, and traversed the globe from Helsinki to the Mekong Delta in her endless quest for bridge music. Jodi is working with engineers, architects, software developers and musicians to link the sounds of bridges around the world in the ultimate live networked 'Global Bridge Symphony', and writing a memoir of this quixotic philosophical journey from on her award winning Travel Diary.
Oblique - Culture in Otira, New Zealand, Jan '99;
Mythopoeia II,Old Bega Hospital March 1998;
Sound States - Uncertain Destinations, Perth Institute of Contemporary Art May 1997;
Leonardo Music Journal CD Vol 6 - The Lyre's Isle, A Survey of Australian Sound Art and Design, MIT Press, Dec 1996.
Mythopoeia I - A journey, a place, an event, Alice Springs June 1996
Sound in Space - Audiotheque, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, May 1995
A Typical Headset, Artspace Sydney, Aug 1995
Women & Technology - The Performance Space, Sydney "Emergency Phone" 1994
Like, Art Magazine, Volume 9. RMIT Uni "Report from Otira" August 1999
Earshots - The Listening Room - ABC Radio National "Emergency Phone" August 1997
Like, Art Magazine, Volume 4. RMIT Uni Spring 1997; Review "Australian Perspecta" 1997
HQ Magazine, follies page HQ Magazine Nov/Dec 1996
Essays in Sound II - Technophonia, Sydney Contemporary Sound Arts 1995.
ParaSite, Newsletter: Editor & Writer SCA 1994-1995
Pandora's Beach, Installation, Bronte June 2001
The Salon, Sound and sculpture with Thomas Deverall, Fitzroy, June 2000
Dusseldorf Artists Archive, Oblique Seminar Room, Otira, January 1999.
Bleep Bleep, Electronic & Sound Performance, Revolver Prahran Nov 1998
ooops too late - the complete crime, Counter Media Event @The Performance Space Sydney
"Our Machines Answer for Us", July 1997