Academic Research, NIME, Deep Listening, Telematic Sonic Performance
My work with Telematic Performances explores the ‘in-between’ sonic space that exists within the context of migration, through Deep Listening practice and improvisatory performances on the Internet, in order to expand the perceived sonic spaces that inform the migratory experience.
I have received funding from CRiSAP, University of the Arts London, LCC, and from the Marie Sklodowska Curie Individual Fellowship, with the project INTIMAL.
Sounding Underground is a virtual environment that invites users to interact with the soundscapes of three underground public transport systems: London, Paris and México City. Commuters’ memories and imaginations are represented in sounds and images that have been selected by volunteer commuters through an ethnographic process.
I received funding from The Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship 2007-2009, and the support of the Institute of Creative Technologies - IOCT, at De Montfort University for the research that gave birth to this work.