Norie is Chair and Professor, Cinema and Media Studies Program . She is a sound/media artist and theorist. Her media art work, including installation, Internet, and CD-Rom, has been exhibited nationally and internationally. She is the recipient of numerous artist grants and residencies, including MacDowell Colony and La Cité Internationale des Arts. Norie was previously founding Director of the Centre for Media Arts Innovation (CMAI) at UTS and remains a member. She is currently establishing a Centre for Creative Arts at La Trobe.

La Trobe profile

Voice: Vocal Aesthetics in Digital Arts and Media, Norie Neumark, Ross Gibson and Theo van Leeuwen (eds). 2010.Cambridge, MA: MIT Press
At a Distance: Precursors to Internet Art and Activism, Annemarie Chandler and Norie Neumark (eds). 2005.. MIT Press: Cambridge MA.

My radiophonic works have been commissioned and broadcast by the Listening Room, ABC Classic FM in Australia and broadcast by New Radio and the Performing Arts in the US. I am Associate Professor in Media Arts and Production at the University of Technology, Sydney.

In 2003 I collaborated on an ABC/UTS project: a radio/internet drama Checklist for an Armed Robber.

At a Distance book launch
See photos of the book launch at Gleebooks in Sydney.

Radiophonic works include:
Jobs for the Girls, or What Do You See When You Look in the Mirror? (1991) Listen
Into the Interface (1994) Listen
Shock (1995)
Separation Anxiety: not the truth about alchemy (1996)
Dead Centre: the body with organs (1998)
Esprit de Corps: oscillating with emotion (1999)

First Report (2003) New American Radio

For the last ten years most of Norie’s new media work has been made in collaboration with Maria Miranda.

New media art installations include:
Shock in the Ear (the installation ) Artspace, Sydney (April-May l997)
Artemesia Gallery, Chicago (September, l997)

The CDROM of Shock in the Ear, funded by the Australian Film Commission, was completed June 1998 (
Shock in the Ear).

Dead Centre: the body with organs at The Performance Space, Sydney (July 1999) and in the ABC’s online zine
Headspace "in the making", July.

Volcano a new media installation, Artspace, Sydney, June, 2001.
The Virtual Mine Gegenort, August 2001, Germany.
All supported by the New Media Arts Fund of the Australia Council.

The website Machine_Organs, which is on the Ctheory Multimedia site, Tech Flesh, Spring 2001

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