Jana Winderen hydrophone recording in Panama Photo: TBA21–Academy.

Jana Winderen, Tony Myatt, and Meehan Crist

This conversation will be livestreamed.


Jana Winderen and Tony Myatt discuss The Art of Listening: Under Water, Winderen's immersive, site-specific, 360° spatial audio installation on display in The Lenfest Center for the Arts. Followed by a conversation between Winderen, Myatt, and Meehan Crist '08 (Barnard '00), Writer in Residence, Biological Sciences.


Introduction and welcome by Carol Becker, Dean of Columbia University School of the Arts; and by Denis Pernet, Curator, Audemars Piguet Contemporary. 


If you would like to experience The Art of Listening: Under Water, please register here. Registration will be open through Sunday, February 13.


Co-presented by Arts Administration, Teachers College; Arts Initiative; Audemars Piguet Contemporary; Barnard + Columbia Colleges Architecture Department; Biological Sciences; Columbia University School of the Arts; Center for Science and Society; Columbia Narrative Medicine; Columbia Religious Life; Columbia Water Center; Computer Music Center; Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, the MFA Sound Art Program, and the MFA Visual Arts Program.



February 3–13, 2022
2–8 pm daily

An immersive, site-specific installation by Norwegian artist Jana Winderen, featuring underwater recordings made around the North Pole, Iceland, Greenland, Thailand, the Caribbean, off the coast of Miami, and in and around New York City.


Event Time & Date

Date: Sat February 5, 2022
Time: 3:00 PM
Location: Online
Tickets: Register
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