Category: Projects

  • Sample Content Of Radio Works as MP3

    Some old favourites, mostly radiophonic accompaniments to sound installations and environmental projects.

  • Big Bell Beta

    Exhibited. Element #1: – Perth Institute of Contemporary Art, Western Australia 1989/1990. Element #2: – Big Bell (ghost) town, Western Australia 1989/1990. Materials. Element #1: – Big Bell structure; Structural Plywood, Sound cone, voice sound-text. Element #1: – Drawings; Wax and Pigment on both paper and timber panels. Element #2: – Big Bell Audio Installation;…

  • Din: Ding, Dang, Dong

    Din: Ding, Dang, Dong

    Exhibited. Permanent Public Sculpture located within the Seoul Olympic Park, South Korea. 1988. Materials. Bell/Crucible elements: – Corten Steel. Architectural Supports: – Structural Steel with epoxy finish. Dais & Central Table: – Grey Granite (440 m3). Dimensions. Overall Ground Plan: – 22m x 22m. Overall height: – 6m. Bell/Crucibles, diameter – 3.5m (@ 3 tonnes).…

  • Chant


    Materials Bronze, wood, audio electronics, FM radio network. Dimensions Each unit 300mm x 300mm X 1500mm Footprint 3,500mmm x 2,500mm     The essence of all beings is earth, The essence of earth is water, The essence of water are plants, The essence of plants is man, The essence of man is speech, The essence…

  • Ariel


    Exhibited. Lux Gallery, London UK 2000 and Australian Centre for Photography, Melbourne 2000. Materials. Laser cut acrylic, copper wire, Theremin electronics. Dimensions. Footprint variable, individual units 0.75m x 0.6m dia. Notes. Be nor afeared; the isle is full of noises, Sounds and sweet airs that give delight and hurt not. Sometimes a thousand twangling instruments…

  • GeneMusik – Sounds for Lower Life Forms

    GeneMusik – Sounds for Lower Life Forms

    Exhibited. Under development. Materials. Music and E. Coli Bacteria. Dimensions. Microscopic. Notes. The year 2002 – 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’. This was the start…