Where Science Meets Art – the CultureScape book. Finally the book detailing the four year When Science meets Art research project has been published. You can read a version of the Culturescape book here. The beautifully illustrated hardcopy version is available via the Bundanon Trust online shop.Read More →
on November 14, 2019in Textstags: Art and Science, critical writing, environmental project, installation, research and development
on April 22, 2017in Projectstags: Art and Science, environmental project, research and development, sound installation
An exhibition at the Macquarie University Gallery (March ~ May 2017) exploring the Shoalhaven River Valley.
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Under the Icecap
on January 15, 2013in Essays, Textstags: Art and Science, articles, research and development, writing
Under the IceCap. Dr. Nigel Llwyd William Helyer and Dr. Mary-Anne Lea Maquarie University & University of Tasmania Contact: Dr. Helyer https://www.sonicobjects.com Contact: Dr Mary-Anne Lea http://www.imas.utas.edu.au/people/profiles/current-staff/mary-anne-lea Abstract. Under the IceCap is one of a series of creative outcomes resulting from the Bio_Logging Art + Science project at the Institute for Marine and Antarctic […]Read More →
on July 29, 2005in Textstags: research and development, writing
Four brief ‘Treatments’ representing user experiences for AudioNomad mobile locations sensitive augmented audio systems.
Some approaches to Sound and Listening.
on July 22, 2005in Textstags: research and development, writing
My practice has a pluralistic approach to the sonic domain and embraces several strands of conceptual and technological development. These in turn are manifest in a variety of modes, which range from gallery based interactive works, to environmental public sound works to Research and Development programmes in spatially located immersive soundscapes. As an introduction this document outlines four broad areas of current activity.Read More →