Sound Art and Composition

My compositions explore the sound of the experiencing body in conversation with spatial recordings, allowing us to consider the relationship between identity, memory, space, place, and time.

 

States of Being

Reconstitution

 

The last of three movements of an hour-long piece about the process of becoming, this final movement explores the idea of compressed time and its impact upon the self, considering the ways in which we engage with memory, expectation, and identity.

Sound recordings of physical spaces create a backdrop of varying densities, against which overlapping environmental sounds of other times and places can be heard. A first person narrative is created through an intimate human soundscape, emerging as a space for the listener to enter their own body.

 

Faster

Faster explores place, and its relationship to body and memory.

Field recordings are manipulated to communicate the experience of memory and place, and are combined with embodied vocalization, revealing the relationship of the experiencing body to place and time.