walking machine at Locus Sonus MAF, 2015
Elena Biserna and katrinem using walking machine, Locus Sonus Mobile Audio Fest, photo by Marilena Gkoni.

2018
Section 5: Listening Machines (Chapter Response), The Bloomsbury Handbook of the Anthropology of Sound, Edited by Holger Schulze
Can I Kick It? (Curated by Pete Smith) with Lyla Rye, Anda Kubis, Arthur Renwick, John Kissick, James Olley, Fastwurms and Paulette Phillips, Robert McLaughlin Gallery, Oshawa
Mobilities Pedagogies: A Symposium on Practices, Theories & Networks (Organized by Carol Duncan and Judith Nicholson), Wilfrid Laurier University
inter(Action) (Curated by Alain Thibault and Jane Tingley), The Museum, Kitchener

2017
Downtown/s – Urban Renewals Today for Tomorrow, Windsor-Essex Triennial of Contemporary Art (Curated by Jaclyn Meloche), Art Gallery of Windsor
“Mapping Racial Trauma”, Trauma, Memory and Diaspora Panel (moderated by Bojana Videkanic) Universities Art Association of Canada (UAAC), Banff, AB
Ontario Arts Council Mid-Career Visual Arts Grant
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC), Insight Development Grant, ‘Borderline’
Artist-in-Residence, NYC Resistor, New York
DH + Design Symposium, Digital Integrative Liberal Arts Center (DILAC), Georgia Tech
Paper Presentation, Art as Information: Image as Algorithm, Data and Diagram, University of Ottawa

2016
Paper Presentation, Art and Information Panel UAAC Conference, UQÀM, Montréal
Moderator, 24-hour Media Architecture panel 2016 Media Architecture Summit, University of Toronto
Artist Talk, Civic Tech Toronto

2015
Artist Talk, MetaLab, St. Etienne, France
Locus Sonus Mobile Audio Fest, Aix-en-Provence and Marseilles, France
walking machine in Locus Sonus: 10 ans d’expérimentation en art sonore.
Performance, New Music, New Audiences: Electric Interfaces, Toronto New Music Alliance
Wear Me: Art|Body|Tech The Station Gallery, Whitby
ISEA 2015: Disruption, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver
Fluid States | Fluid Sounds, Roskilde University, Copenhagen
Research Residency, ISIS Arts and Attaya Projects, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
Mobile Sound and (Re)Making Place in Wi: Journal of Mobile Media, Vol. 9 NO. 2. Audio Mobility