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Sonic Landscapes

From June 1999 until September 2001 Nigel Helyer worked as an Artist in Residence at Lake Technology in Sydney, http://www.lake.com developing the Sonic Landscapes Virtual Audio Reality system. The project was funded for the first twelve months by the New Media Board of the Australia Council for the Arts under its Art and Industry partnerships category.

The salient feature of the Sonic Landscapes project waqs the juxtaposition of a fictive (but very convincing) 3D...

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Metamorphoses

Exhibited.
Elizabeth Bay House, Sydney 1997.

Art Gallery of New South Wales 2000/1.

Materials.
Upholstery, Cast rubber, Aluminium, Audio electronics.

Dimensions.
Footprint variable x7 rooms.
Individual units 05.m ~ 2.5m

Notes.

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A singer who sings like a bird is an unproductive worker.
When she sells her song, she is a wage earner or a merchant.
But the same singer, employed by someone else to give
concerts and bring in money, is a productive...

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Host

Exhibited.
Metronom Gallery Barcelona 2003.

Auditori CAM, Alicante, 2003.

Stanford University Gallery 2003.

Ars Electronica 2007.

The Science Gallery, Trinity College Dublin 2011.

Materials.
X2 DVD projections, x100 Insect cages, x25 Laboratory stands, x200 Crickets.

Dimensions.
Footprint variable, individual units 2m x 2m x 2m.

Notes.
Host is an installation developed at the ‘SymbioticA’ Bio-Art and Technology Laboratory (University of Western Australia) in which...

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Everything’s Nice with American Rice

Exhibited.
Everything`s nice with American rice” was installed in Matsudai, Japan as part of the Echigo-Tsumari Trienniale 2003.

Materials.
Fermentation Laboratory, Agricultural equipment, Rice.

Dimensions.
Laboratory ~10m x 6m x 3m.

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Rice and art have a strong bond in common, both are essential to our well being, both sustain and nourish us in different ways!

The title of this project, ‘Everything’s Nice with American Rice’ is an...

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GeneMusik – Sounds for Lower Life Forms

Exhibited.
Under development.

Materials.
Music and E. Coli Bacteria.

Dimensions.
Microscopic.

Notes.
GeneMusiK is an experimental biological music mixing and generating system currently under development by Dr Nigel Helyer at the Faculty of Natural and Agricultural Sciences, University of Western Australia under the aegis of ‘SymbioticA’.

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The GeneMusiK project is designed to establish a functional relationship between conventional Western...

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