Jodi Rose is an artist, writer, producer, and creator of Singing Bridges, an urban sonic sculpture playing the cables of bridges as musical instruments on a global scale. Originally from Sydney, Rose travelled from Helsinki to Vietnam, New York to Singapore and Berlin in her quest for bridge music. Exploring the resonance of physical and metaphorical bridges with field-recordings, on-site interventions and creative collaborations, through meta-nation Welcome to Bridgeland! Rose’s work is produced, broadcast and performed internationally. Her memoir: I’ve heard the bridges singing! is based on ten years as a cultural nomad. Her travel and culture writing is published in RealTime; Loop Magazine; Asian Geographic; Viator; Like, Art Magazine & Site of Sound 2: Of Architecture and the Ear. She is head of editorial for r0g_agency for open culture and critical transformation; editor and founder of +ART Cultural Transmit; co-initiator and editor-in-chief of T.R.A.C.E.S, Transcultural Research Exchange Series.
Photo: Jodi Rose test recording Bizovik bridge, Ljubljana 2007 (by Luka Prinčič)