is a writer, sound composer and media artist, whose radio documentary and dramatic work, and sound/music compositions have been aired nationally and internationally for the past twenty years. Thorington has also created compositions for film and installation that have been premiered at the Berlin Film Festival, the Whitney Biennial, and in the Whitney Museum's annual Performance series.
Her web work includes the "turbulence" composition for PORT, distributed live by Real Audio to the Internet and to the List Center for the Visual Arts at MIT in February and March 1997; narrative works, "North Country, Part 1"(1996) and "Part 2" (1997); "Solitaire", with Marianne Petit and John Neilson(1998), and "Adrift" , an ongoing networked collaboration with Marek Walzcak and Jesse Gilbert, originally created for the Ars Electronica Festival in Linz, Austria in September 1997. Thorington has also taken part as a composer in a number of national and transatlantic webcasts.
Thorington is the Executive Director of New Radio and Performing Arts, Inc. (aka Ether-Ore), the founder and producer of the national weekly radio series, New American Radio, and founder and producer of the turbulence, somewhere and upcoming "e-turb" websites.