My research examines the role of design and photography in expanding sound art practices, in particular field recording and its use in the construction of multi-sensorial experiences — extended phonography.
The research takes an holistic and interdisciplinary approach to site. It also further explores how the term site is used to refer not only to the physical site, but also the contextual, the experiential, and the virtual site. The projects often highlight participation and collaboration as catalysts for a shared understanding of place, and the role of technology in augmenting the experience of place.
Extended listening, space, place, time, documentation, sound, light, collaboration, perception, ethnography, repetition, duration, mapping.