We are very pleased to announce that our first PhD completion from our SEE PhD research group is Dr. Nathan Thompson. Supervised by Caleb Kelly, the practice-based research project is entitled “Organisation and Sound: environmental systems in experimental music”.
Doctoral Candidate Kynan Tan will feature in this year’s Primavera (Young Australian Artists) exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney.
This second of a series of bi-monthly events curated by members of UNSW’s Sound, Energies and Environments group features live performances from Club Sound Witches, Chun Yin Rainbow Chan and Alexandra Spence.
Black Box Series is the first of a series of bi-monthly events showcasing a diverse range of artists working with and around sound. Curated by members of UNSW’s Sound, Energies and Environments research group.
Congratulations to Nathan Thompson who this week is being examined. Nathan, whose supervisor was Caleb Kelly, is the first candidate from the SEE Research Group to complete.
Join Writing Around Sound for a night of talks and live performances, sound and wine, at the journal’s inaugural Australian launch at UNSW Art & Design’s Black Box.
Doctoral Candidate Pia van Gelder will feature in this year’s Primavera (Young Australian Artists) exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney.
This daylong symposium will bring together a diverse group of speakers who in thinking about sound as more than sound will bring sound full discussions of politics, concepts and histories in the arts to the fore.
Branden Joseph will be presenting a masterclass to the Sound and Materials students, Monday 4 July. The class will be a discussion based on his forthcoming book Experimentations (Bloomsbury Academic).
Frances Dyson will be at UNSW to lead a masterclass for interested postgraduate students. Frances will lead a discussion focused on her recent publication Tone of our Times (MIT Press).