Matilde Meireles

Extended listening

Physicality of the virtual

Documentation as a creative tool

Walking as a form of place-making

Micro and extra-human sound

Participation and collaboration in Sound Art

Meireles, M. (2022). ‘Multiple Perceptions of the Everyday Unfolded: The Case Study of Sunnyside‘, Journal of Sonic Studies 22

Best, P., Meireles, M., Schroeder, F., Montgomery, L., Maddock, A., Davidson, G., Galway, K., Trainor, D., Campbell, A., & Van Daele, T. (2021). Freely Available Virtual Reality Experiences as Tools to Support Mental Health Therapy: A Systematic Scoping Review and Consensus Based Interdisciplinary Analysis. Journal of Technology in Behavioral Science.

Meireles, M. (2018). Extended Phonography: Experiencing place through sound, a multi-sensorial approach. Organised Sound, 23(1), 101-111.

Meireles, M. (2017). Extended phonography: expanding field recording through a multi-sensorial practice. Doctoral Dissertation. Sonic Arts Research Centre, Queen’s University Belfast.

Meireles, M., & Alvim, D. (2017). Trigger Place – A Game of Sound and Architecture. Journal of Artistic Research, (14). (Best experienced using Chrome)

Meireles, M. (2014). Extended Phonography: The Intertwining of Soundscape and Landscape. In R. Castro, and M. Carvalhais (Ed.), Invisible Places / Sounding Cities. Sound Urbanism and Sense of Place (pp. 652–651).


Research Fellow (ERC Funded)

Sonorous Cities: Towards a Sonic Urbanism

University of Oxford

2019 (7 months)

Postdoctoral Researcher (MRC Proximity to Discovery funded)

Virtual reality and immersive technology to support health and social care professional training

Queen’s University Belfast: Sonic Arts Research Centre and the School of Social Sciences, Education and Social Work

2018-2019 (14 months)

Postdoctoral Researcher (AHRC funded)

Immersion and Inclusive Music Technologies, and Immersive Technologies’ and ‘Virtual Reality Inclusive Music Makers

Queen’s University Belfast: Sonic Arts Research Centre and the School of Electronics, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

2017 (10 months)

Postdoctoral Researcher (AHRC funded)

Understanding the role of sound and music in conflict transformation: the Mozambique Case Study

Queen’s University Belfast: Sonic Arts Research Centre and the School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics