GeneMusiK rides Again! <scroll to the end of this page for new stuff> The GeneMusiK project had its origins in 2003 during a three month Artist in Residence hosted by the SymbioticA lab at the University of Western Australia. At that time I worked in the Department of Agricultural Sciences with Dr Gary Cass on […]Read More →
oxAEther has recently been on exhibition at the Gallery of Modern Art in Brisbane and as part of the Asian Art Biennale at the National Museum of Fine Arts, Taiwan. The work consists of four laser cut sculptural forms based upon the morphology and symmetry of microscopic Radiolaria, countless billions of which live in our […]Read More →
igel undertook an Artist in Residence at The Marine Mammal Laboratory (Tropical Marine Science Institute) of the National University of Singapore; developing a project for ISEA2008 exhibited at the National Museum of Singapore, July ~ August 2008. Run Silent, Run Deep creates a multi-vocal and multi-cultural AudioPortrait of Singapore – in particular the area around […]Read More →
uint de Loup II was exhibited at the Tin Sheds Gallery, Faculty of Architecture, The University of Sydney. Fictionalising Fiction! ~ Nigel Helyer. n the beginning: As a thirteen year old lad I was once left to kick my heels for the day in central London, along with a couple of friends. Being both […]Read More →
he Wireless House is a public art project commissioned by the City of Sydney as part of the Glebe Point Road upgrade. The wireless House is located in Foley park at the intersection of Glebe Point Road and Pyrmont Bridge road and has an interesting history. And while you are at it……listen into some audio […]Read More →
yren for Port Jackson plied the waters of Sydney Harbour, delivering a unique location sensitive, immersive audio experience aboard the M.V. Regal. The Syren project is part of the AudioNomad R+D project ~ a collaboration between the Artist Nigel Helyer and the Scientists Daniel Woo and Chris Rizos of the University of New South Wales. […]Read More →
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 […]Read More →
Exhibited Installation form ~ Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 1992. Radio Broadcast component ~ 120 minutes Opera for ABC Radio. Materials. Perforated Zincalum, Steel, Wire rigging, Audio electronics. Dimensions. Each unit 2.5m x 2.5m (diameter). Broadcast Structure. Text generated with interactive text programme. Human Vocals with synthetic orchestration. Duration. 120 minutes. Notes. Siren […]Read More →
- Sonus Maris; the concert!
- Sounds and Sweet Airs
- Virtual talking in 2020
- Tracing Silence; Ecocide and Omnicide.
- The Sound of Place; Environmental Artworks at Bundanon.
- Co-Composition and De-Composition Biological agency as a compositional tool.
- Sonus Maris
- A Different Engine
- Oratorio and Heavy Metal
- Eine Kleine GeneMusiK
- Run Silent Run Deep
- Quint de Loup II
- The Wireless House
- Syren for Port Jackson
- What Survives
- Sonic Landscapes
- Siren Song
- Ship to Shore
- Naughty Apartment
- Silent Forest