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Body of Sound

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‘Eat’ from Horse

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Stereocilia for 2 Ears of 1 Person 

Edited from acoustic recordings of spontaneous otoacoustic emission, clusters of simultaneously emitted tones tones from both ears of a single person.

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Untitled

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Twin Murmurings

The twins, Beatrix and Vyvyan, were born 29 October, 2017, and this recording was made two weeks later on 13 November, 2017. I set up a Rode NT4 stereo microphone between them as they lay head to head in a …

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Consonata

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Birds of New York

This Birds of New York series (2015) focuses on the sonic aspect of the Cornell Lab’s Merlin app, an app that uses citizen-science bird observations. This easy access to the sounds of the birds is one of the key developments …

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Unworded sound poem

Drawing for unworded onscreen sound poem, 2018 | paper, graphite, ink | 29.7 x 42cm Undoing the traditional hierarchies of sound producer (voice) and recorder (device) – similarly writer / reader, performer / listener – this parenthetical poem composed of …

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Plane / Talea #39

For Plane / Talea, I have been using tiny fragments of voices. Many people have donated theirs anonymously. I do not process them; each sound starts and ends with the beginning and end of each utterance. What I do, and …

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ten atmospheres

Ten atmospheres is a graphic sequence that embeds the word atmosphere in a matrix of the alphabet. Ten letters in the word give ten pages; five have the word picked out vertically, five have it picked out horizontally.

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Stony Creek

When it rains you flow by eleven quarry holes dub the town: Stoneopolis; of ballast stocks, interminable. Blast Chip Barge Ship Your ancient bed served London well: her pavement smooth and durable heels low and high, as distant feet, hooved, …

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The Lowlands (West Melbourne Swamp)

Through boulders grey and honeycombed, carving out a bed in time, two rivers meet on the south west side. The ebb and flow now realigned. Paved and railed. Containerised. Roadways hard against the tide. To cross you, morning and at …

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