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The author describes the inspiration and influences behind his compositions, installations and performances, from solo work with voice and bells to performances in city centers with bells, horns, ship-alarms, sirens, groups of drummers, symphonic bands and cannons.
The author discusses his purpose-built visual and spatial environments that are designed to increase a listener's awareness of his or her sonic surroundings.
Most of the author's recent work has centered on the perception of environments and the human body's navigation through those environments, which has necessitated the construction of large-scale installations. So far, all but one of these installations have used sound as an integral component....
This paper examines aspects of neurological memory, rhythm and time within the works Ghost (Jane Grant) and Plasticity (Jane Grant, John Matthias, Nick Ryan and Kin).
This paper describes the concept and realization of Solar Work #2 , an outdoor, solar-powered sound artwork that responds to the sun, creating a field of small sounds and drawing visitors into the physical and sonic landscape.
A research group explores rendering sculptural forms as sound using echolocation and the participation of members of the visually impaired community.
The author discusses her works that explore sound's influence on creating a sense of presentness and her aim to increase the audience's awareness of this influence.
The author discusses her work in relation to site-specific practice, embodied interaction and the practice of walking.
The author describes his use of radio waves in public spaces to create interactive sonic compositions in his project, Radioscape .
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