Caroline Bergvall, writer and artist of French-Norwegian background, based in London. Works across artforms, media and languages. A strong exponent of writing methods adapted to contemporary audiovisual and multilingual and other contextual concerns. Projects alternate between textual pieces, audioworks, visual textworks, installations, and live performances, often in collaboration. Most recent collaborative performance and output Drift (Nightboat, 2014) awarded a Judith E. Wilson Fellowship in Poetry and Drama, University of Cambridge. To be recorded as a CD with percussionist Ingar Zach. Current project in development: Raga Dawn, an outdoors sunrise performance for vocal text (2016). Other publications: Meddle English and Fig as well as a DVD of earlier installations Ghost Pieces (2010). Has recently presented work at: Tate Modern (London), Khoj Centre (New Delhi), Fondation Vuitton (Paris), Mamco Museum (Geneva). Awarded a Mellon Collaborative Fellowship with Jen Scappettone and Judd Morrissey, Gray Center for Art and Enquiry, University of Chicago, 2016.