Bio

About

Kristine Barrett is a trans-media artist, composer, and vocalist specializing in traditional music and ritual song.   A storyteller at heart, Barrett’s work explores the narratives of human consciousness as developed and articulated through song, dance, art, language, map-making, scientific exploration, and literature.  After completing a double BFA in Art History and Photography/New Media from the Kansas City Art Institute, Kristine went on to study composition with Tony Conrad at SUNY Buffalo and the legendary Fred Frith at Mills College, where she received a MFA in Electronic Music Composition and Recording Media in 2006.  Barrett’s work has been performed and exhibited in galleries and media festivals throughout North America and Europe. An avid hiker, bibliophile, lover of ancient literature and art; Kristine loves being in the non-human world and wooden boats.  She currently resides on a houseboat with a myriad of plants, shrines, animals, and her husband in Sausalito, California.

Kristine Barrett is a trans-media artist, composer, and vocalist specializing in traditional music and ritual song.   A storyteller at heart, Barrett’s work explores the narratives of human consciousness as developed and articulated through song, dance, art, language, map-making, scientific exploration, and literature.  After completing a double BFA in Art History and Photography/New Media from the Kansas City Art Institute, Kristine went on to study composition with Tony Conrad at SUNY Buffalo and the legendary Fred Frith at Mills College, where she received a MFA in Electronic Music Composition and Recording Media in 2006.  Barrett’s work has been performed and exhibited in galleries and media festivals throughout North America and Europe. An avid hiker, bibliophile, lover of ancient literature and art; Kristine loves being in the non-human world and wooden boats.  She currently resides on a houseboat with a myriad of plants, shrines, animals, and her husband in Sausalito, California.

 
 

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