Leslie Korrick

Associate Professor, Visual Art & Art History

Leslie Korrick’s research focuses on intersections between the arts; sound studies; and constructions of culture through art forms, architecture, urban spaces and relationships between art and science. Her work has been published in essay collections and journals including Word & Image and Early Music. She leads the multi-disciplinary research group soundseminar, exploring sound as a cultural marker and medium of artistic practice, and serves on the editorial collective for the e-journal InTensions. Dr. Korrick has collaborated with numerous Canadian arts collectives and cultural institutions including Mentoring Artists for Women’s Art, Plug In Institute of Contemporary Art, Art Metropole, UpArt Contemporary Art Fair, Prefix Institute of Contemporary Art, GroundSwell New Music, SoundaXis (New Music Projects), Tafelmusik, Aradia Baroque Ensemble, the Music Gallery, Art Gallery of Ontario, Winnipeg Art Gallery and TIFF.