Master in Fine Arts and currently PhD student in Humanities
Amanda Gutiérrez (b. 1978, Mexico City) Trained and graduated initially as a stage designer from The National School of Theater, Gutiérrez uses a range of media such as sound and performance art to investigate the aural culture of everyday life. Gutierrez is actively advocating listening practices while being one of the board of directors of the World Listening Project, formerly working with The Midwest Society of Acoustic Ecology, and currently as the scientific comitée of the Red Ecología Acústica México. Currently, she is a Ph.D. student at Concordia University and a research assistant at lab PULSE and Acts of Listening Lab. Gutiérrez has held numerous art residencies at FACT, Liverpool in the UK, ZKM in Germany, TAV in Taiwan, Bolit Art Center in Spain, and her work has been exhibited internationally in venues such as The Liverpool Biennale in 2012, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council. A recipient of a grant from the National System of Art Creators, in Mexico, Gutiérrez recently was the recipient of residencies at the New York Camera Club, Harvestworks, and MISE-EN_PLACE Bushwick.
Her work is reviewed in the article: Tactical Soundwalking in the City: A Feminist Turn from Eye to Ear. Stephanie Loveless, Leonardo Music Journal 2020 Vol. 30, 99-103
Amanda Gutierrez, Flaneuse > La Caminanta in Sounding Out Sound Blog https://soundstudiesblog.com/2019/08/12/flaneusela-caminanta/