Dis/Ordinary Architecture at The Cass

Today is the final day of my second project at The Cass (part of London Met University), as part of the Disabled Artists making Dis/Ordinary Spaces project founded by Jos Boys. I’ve been working for the past few weeks with Foundation Architecture students on a project exploring Mapping the City through sound, which has taken…

The Listening Ears (2012)

I have been commissioned by Tate Britain to run a series of silent soundwalks or “Ear Walks” around the gallery as part of a participatory day of art events for families on June 9th 2012 for BP Saturdays: Tate Together. The Listening Ears (above) are the development of a design first proposed for Artists Don’t Bite…

Tate Britain commission

I have been commissioned by Tate Britain to run a series of silent soundwalks around the gallery as part of a participatory day of art events for families on June 9th for BP Saturdays: Tate Together.

Cerith Wyn Evans

As part of my role in the Interpretation Team at the De La Warr Pavilion, I recently conducted a series of silent soundwalks with the public around the building which explored the relationship between sound and public space. Cerith Wyn Evans describes the exhibition as a “love letter to the building”, and this is my response…

MA Digital Media Arts Brighton

The last two days have seen my annual pilgrimage to Grand Parade in Brighton to guest lecture on the MA Digital Media Arts course run by the excellent Sue Gollifer. It’s always a pleasure working with this group and this year is no exception. They came a long way in such a short time; from our initial…

Resonating Canals (2010)

In 2010, I was commissioned by ceramic artist Kay Aplin to make an audio work as part of her commission to design a series of sculptures for British Waterways. We ran a number of workshops in sheltered housing projects and as part of an open day by the canal, during which I gathered several hours…