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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 ...
Disruption, intervention, transference, halfway-ness, violation – the conversion of data/sound from one medium to another results in a new material phenomena, trans-media, found in the hidden corners of esoteric technological ...
But Is It (Also) Music?
This invited chapter to the Companion volume attempts to situation composition with sounds (as opposed to notes) primarily within music today, but also makes links with fine art, digital arts and sound studies.
Sound Art vs. Electroacoustic Music: Finding value for the heart and the brain
(Zero Books, 2016)
This text was a 'reaction' during a conference on scholarship relating to sound art and music and why their discourses are so dissimilar. The reaction was based both on the challenges and the interventions the author had ...
Ritual, sound, and music
(Zero Books, 2016-09)
This chapter examines the relationship of 'music' (which has a 'beginning, middle, end' paradigm) and 'sound art' which may be formed over time by the listener/participant. The emergence of a continuum undermines assumptions ...
57mm Wavetable Protest Synth
Calling all activists, sound artists, and pseudo philosophers. Dirty Electronics and Max Wainwright will set up an in house press with live publishing straight to 57mm width paper roll. Contribute to the ‘scroll’ through ...
Dirty Electronics Mute Synth II
(Mute Records, 2014-11)
The Dirty Electronics Mute Synth II (MSII) is a hand-held synth and sequencer. At the core of the instrument is a versatile mini patchbay that provides expansion and modification permutations and a grid-like visual ...
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 ...