Sound Art

The Camden Interludes

2013 / electroacoustic composition

At Margate Sands (excerpt)

2007 / sound installation

Mongdular (excerpt)

2007 / live performance for tape, electronics and percussion

Balloonarticularity 80 (excerpt)

2005 / electroacoustic composition

Bamboo Intervention

2004 / electroacoustic composition

Diffusion

2004 / electroacoustic composition

Steel II

2000 / electroacoustic composition

A response to the sounds of films featured in the exhibition Sound In Space, curated by Guy Sherwin. Camden Arts Centre Dec 2012 - Feb 2013.


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The Woodpecker Suite

2009 / electroacoustic composition


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Wood + Pecker = Woodpecker


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In the autumn of 1921 T S Eliot spent a month in Margate recovering from a nervous breakdown.


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A soundtrack for buildings, which seeks to temporarily (and problematically) situate specific pieces of contemporary architecture within the history of heroic modernism.


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What if, rather than being a piece of 19th century exotica, Jules Verne’s Around the World in 80 Days had been a futuristic novel, projecting Phileas Fogg’s travels into the 21st century?


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A piece exploring the ideological space between the bamboo flute and the tape recorder, between the sound recordist and the performer, between truths and fictions, and between Western desires and Eastern traditions.


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A sound installation working with the interplay between two distinctive French voices.


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In 1937 the poet D G Bridson produced Steel - An Industrial Symphony for the BBC. Steel II celebrates and mourns the failure of the modernist dream represented by Bridson’s 1937 broadcast.


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