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Genevieve Fernworthy is an elemental practitioner, writer, artist, and multi-instrumentalist who performs under the solo moniker LAUDS.
A 2001 Inaugural Graduate of the South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities,
she earned her BA in Religious Studies at Virginia Commonwealth University in 2007,
and is the joint recipient of a VCU Arts research grant for the creation of new work in experimental theatre.

As an early member of the feminist art collective ORGIAZZTECH!!! she performed at John Connelly Presents in 2008 for the exhibition ‘A New High In Getting Low’.
In 2014, she contributed solo viola to ‘The Fool’ by Colin Self and Raul De Nieves, during a string of sold-out performances at Issue Project Room in Brooklyn, NY.


Her solo musical output is expansive and she incorporates elements of synthpop, soul, psych, and noise into her instrumental + vocal work.
She is presently scoring an ongoing series of suites called AVIARY, a metacollection of musical works composed for various members of bird species;
and is in the development phase for Laius, a chamber opera that reimagines the Oedipal drama, focusing on the absent/present Father.

A selection from her piece The Stations—an interactive A/V installation that explores projection and reflection in the formation of religious belief within the Landscape of the Spectacular—
premiered on Easter weekend 2016 at the Church of the Messiah in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.


Involved in frequent collaboration with David Lackner (Synthetic Love Dream) and Adrian Knight (Blue Jazz TV), she is also a longstanding member of the Martin Bisi band.
Her partnership with Celie Dailey (Spewgeyser, Charlie McAllister) has resulted in numerous projects and recordings, most notably ‘Slow To No Wake’—an instrumental timeline of the disappearance of Malaysian Airlines flight MH370.
She provides sonic accompaniment to Billy Cancel in the noise-poetry duo, Tidal Channel,
and has recently announced a new project with
Dahm Cipolla (the Phantom Family Halo), as Reeperbahn.

Having self-released ten EPs and numerous singles, she is currently seeking a pleasant and cozy home for her nearly completed debut studio album,
ALL WILL BE WELL.