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Acousmatic Approaches to the Construction of Image and Space in Sound Art
(Cambridge Journals, 2015-07-07)
This article considers ideas of image and space as they apply to acousmatic music and to sound art, establishing overlaps and compatibilities which are perhaps overlooked in the current trend to consider these two genres ...
Much of my research to date has been concerned with the relationship between acousmatic compositional practice and sound art. In Batchelor 2015, I attempted to identify some potential overlaps and compatibilities between ...
Through the Looking Glass: Reflectivity vs Transparency; and the embedding of Place through Sound.
(University of Lapland, 2018-07-01)
Presenting electroacoustic music has traditionally involved large spaces and high quality listening environments set up in (very often) architecturally imposing spaces. Recent works of mine involve the development of ...
A series of geodesic spherical structures with speakers placed in the vertices between the triangular panels of each. Listeners sit within the domes, experiencing sound circumferencially and distally—always outwards/surrounding. ...
Orbits form the basis of the physical movement of objects throughout the universe, from stars and planets to electrons in an atom. Different forces are at work to create these orbits at different scales, but at all levels ...