Bruce Odland

A.R.T.: Henry IV, parts 1 and 2, Henry V, and The Tempest. Collaborations with JoAnne Akalaitis: The Rover (The Guthrie Theater), Suddenly Last Summer (Hartford Stage), Dance of Death (Arena Stage), Dream Play (Juilliard School), and Iphigenia (Court Theatre). Creator of large-scale sound installations in historic places, including Trajan's Forum in Rome, the Miro Labyrinth at Foundation Maeght in Nice, the Castle of Linz, MAK in Vienna, and Kongreßhalle in Berlin. His Sounds from the Vaults for Field Museum won the Golden Muse prize for interactive exhibitions. His Hearing Perspective of the World we Live In has influenced his works for Museums, Film, Radio and Theater. His work has been heard at regional theaters across America, and in festivals across Europe. This year his collaboration with Sam Auinger, Blue Moon, will transform New York's noise into music in real-time at the World Financial Center Plaza.