Anne Bourne is a composer/ artist, writer and facilitator. Seasoned in international intermedia performance and song recording, Anne creates emergent streams of cello and voice, with artists Kimberly deJong and Philippe Léonard; Eve Egoyan and Mauricio Pauly; Silvia Tarozzi IT; IONE; Tanya Lukin Linklater; Kara-Lis Coverdale; Dubmorphology (Trevor Mathison and Gary Stewart UK) and tUkU Matthews as ‘thought barefoot.’ From the first cohort of deep listening® certificate holders initiated by composer Pauline Oliveros, Anne imparts her text scores and deep listening practice; founding the safe space improvisation collective Sounding Difference, coproduced with David Dacks at the Music Gallery 2016-19; at Killowatt Festival in Bologna IT 2019; and as MMM_MM/ ensemble vide, artist in residence, with Ione, in Genéve, CH 2020. Anne received a Paul D Fleck writer fellowship at Banff Centre for Art and Creativity, while faculty in the Creative Gesture Collective Composition Lab 2017-2019. A Chalmers Fellow, Anne explores the geopoetics of shorelines, walking and listening as field recording. The indigenous relationship to water is an influence, and surface wave patterns the source of her composition. Recently Anne has been teaching internationally through one on one meetings online; and processing audiovisual field recordings to create Distance Listening Walks. A recent premier is an audio visual work ‘Grass’ at the IF2021 festival. Anne regards listening and collective creative expression as an opportunity for individual sensory care, relationship to the more than human sound field; and awareness of difference toward harmonious balance.