• Cascade 

      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 ...
    • Dark Electronics (Sapporo International Arts Festival) 

      Darkness – a room without a window Make a sound circuit Blow into a whistle to generate electric current, light and sound A collective performance Take part in an all-day event making a Dirty Electronics’ sound and ...
    • Melanchotopia 

      Gillam, A. M. (Article)
      Melanchotopia was a site-specific exhibition curtaed by Nicolaus Schafhausen and Anne-Claire Schmitz from Witte de With that invited more than forty international artists to work with a range of different venues within ...
    • Memory Machine 

      Emmerson, Simon (Recording, musical)
      Memory Machine is a ‘concert installation’ piece. It is a variable work which will rarely be heard exactly the same twice. But it has a basic form that remains the same – a beginning, a series of evolving episodes and an ...
    • Multimodality in Audiovisual Art 

      Andean, James; Nieminen, Merja (Book chapter)
      This article discusses aspects of multimodality raised in connection with audiovisual art, with reference to works by visual artist Merja Nieminen and sound artist James Andean, with a primary focus on the installation ...
    • On Stage: The Theatrical Dimension of Video Image (Intellect, 2016), by Mathilde Roman. 

      Curtis, Harriet (Article)
      This is a review of: Roman, Mathilde (2016), trans. by Charles Penwarden. On Stage: The Theatrical Dimension of Video Image. Chicago: Intellect.
    • Through the Looking Glass: Reflectivity vs Transparency; and the embedding of Place through Sound. 

      Batchelor, Peter (Article)
      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 ...
    • (Z)Art 

      Gillam, A. M. (Article)
      This exhibition takes the German word for tender and delicate, zart, as its origin, exploring and interrogating through the selection and curation of the exhibition, artists whose practice engages in detail, the overlooked ...