Press and Bibliography
“Reveal Party — Sound Installation by Jess Rowland”, Lewis Center for the Arts (2019). [link: https://vimeo.com/378895987].
Schedel (Forthcoming)The Star Eaters: Women in Electronic Music, Chapter in the Cambridge Companion to Women since 1900,Cambridge University Press.
Schedel (2018)“Color is the Keyboard: Transcoding from Visual to Sonic”Chapter in the Oxford Handbook of Algorithmic Music, Oxford University Press.
T. Massey (2019) “Technology, Gender, and Sexuality: Case Studies of Women and Queer Electroacoustic Music Composers”, Dissertation, West Virginia University [link: https://researchrepository.wvu.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=8433&context=etd].
A Trans Composer Playlist, Alex Temple (2017)VAN Magazine [link: https://van-us.atavist.com/a-trans-composers-playlist].
A Feast for the Ears at the Hood Downtown: Jess Rowland. By Susan Apel, Daily UV (2017).
Simons Center Exhibit Explores The Relationship Between Science and Art. Stony Brook Press, Sep 15, 2016. Lei Takanashi.
This Sound Artist Makes Music Without Notes. Banff Centre Newsletter 2016. by Sara Frizzell.
Transgender Today: Jess Rowland (2015). New York Times, online story wall.
Paging Gertrude Stein: Inside a South Williamsburg Writing Salon. Natalie Rinn, Brooklyn Magazine, 6/7/16.
Steve Mecca, (2015) Jess Rowland: Spambots. CD Review. Chain D.L.K.
Glenn Astarita – (2015) Spambots Review, All About Jazz.
Beautiful Now, Shira and Max (2015).