Workshops, expanded/performative lectures, articles, conference participation and panels, networked projects, various activities and external links
    Supernaculum 5-8 March 2020 Performance audio Pigeon Choir
    The Animal Gaze Constructed   Conference/Exhibition London Metropolitan University UK
Symposium Dates 6-7 March 2020
Exhibition Dates 22 February to 13 March 2020 
Shrinking horizons, slim pickings, poverty of scope. What new politics of nature are needed here for animals? What representations and spatial practices are required to redress the balance of our shared environments? What is a more animal-centric world like?
The third Animal Gaze symposium will bring together practitioners and academics to consider human/animal interactions and spatial practices as they manifest themselves in art and architecture. 
The Animal Gaze Constructed exhibition will take place in the Faculty's gallery spaces in the Aldgate campus for 3 weeks, March 6th to March 27th, 2020 (The Atrium, Goulston Street Building).
Steve Baker, Catherine Clover, Laura Cooper, Nicky Coutts, Lee Deigaard, Catherine Du Toit, Jessie Flood-Paddock, David George, Johanna Hällsten, Katy Hammond, Olga Koroleva, Rosemarie McGoldrick, Lala Meredith-Vula, Martin Pover, Clara Rueprich, Snaebjornsdottir/Wilson, Jennet Thomas, Gillian Wylde
    Fly-by-Night Fri 20 Dec 2019 A one-night only event at Hundred Years Gallery
with Robbie Judkins (UK),Helen Frosi (UK), Viv Corringham (UK/US), Melissa Alley (UK), Jude Cowan Montague (UK), Mia Kukathasan (UK), Paul Tecklenberg (UK), Johanna Hällsten (Sweden/UK), Ackroyd+Harvey (UK), Iris Garrelfs (Germany/UK), Shauna Laurel Jones (US/UK), Catherine Clover (UK/Australia)
    Teaching 2019
Swinburne University/Open University Australia Master of Writing (MA-WRI)
Semester 1 March-May PWR70001 Reading and Writing
Semester 2 June-August PWR60003 Research for Writers
Semester 3 Sept-Nov PWR70002 Writing for Digital Media
RMIT University Career Mentoring Arts Industry for Undergrad+Postgrad students
    Fielding (2016-2019) a sound art research collaboration with Jordan Lacey that forms the creative sonic component of a larger science project funded by an ARC Linkage Grant entitled Designing Green Spaces for Biodiversity and Human Well-Being conducted by scientist Sarah Bekessy and her team at Sustainability and Urban Planning RMIT University.
Launch Thurs 29 Nov Sunken Courtyard RMIT City Campus Melbourne Australia Map (8mb)
What does the role of sound and audio play in the greening of urban spaces and how does this impact the well-being of people, animals and plants in the urban environment? This project explores how sound and urban greening can work together to help in the design, development and planning of our future cities.
Situated at RMIT University, City Campus in the Sunken Garden (Alumni Courtyard), artists, landscape designers, sound designers, interactive systems designers and scientists have come together to create a biodiverse green space. The site will be filled with a variety of plants indigenous to Melbourne, using experimental plots designed in collaboration with landscape architecture students.
The sound works will be heard from three speakers within the installation structure. Each speaker plays a particular set of works over the course of 100 minutes.

Tomoko Hojo | Unfinished Descriptions
My contribution to Tomoko's project was a score performed on the night
Hundred Years Gallery 13 Pearson Street, London E2 8JD UK
Private view: 27 Sept, 18:00 – 21:30
Performance Night: 29 Sept, 20:00 – 22.00 | Tickets: £8.97 book online
Exhibition: 28-30 Sept 2018
Visiting researcher to CRISAP, Tomoko Hojo invited scores to be contributed to her exhibition and performance. Based on Yoko Ono’s historical exhibition ‘Unfinished Paintings and Objects’ at Indica Gallery, London, 1966, this show focuses on undocumented works and highlights silenced parts of that exhibition and Yoko Ono herself.


Writing Sound Mentor for a two week workshop in Hong Kong and Kuala Lumpur, Soundpocket
Workshop Mentor/Leader for Soundpocket, Hong Kong. With Hong Kong writer and artist Chan Sai Lok as creative co-contributor and language support. Soundpocket staff Alice Wong, Chan Hai Man (Mandy) and Vanessa Laiwingyan.
Artist mentees: Wayne Choi, Fizen Yuen, JC Jessie, Donald Chung, Sean Wong, Hiuwa Li, Dave Chow, Ho Tsz Yeung (Jacklam),

    Desvarios (Ramblings) A project that concerns the migratory routes of wild birds between North America (New York City) and Central America (Mexico City). Collaborative performances with vocal artist Viv Corringham at Central Booking New York (as part of the exhibition The Garden of Earthly Delights) and Harvestworks New York, January; audio work, panel member (see below) and sound walks as part of the Minding Animals conference, Mexico City, January
    Picking Up Static: Art, Animals and Interference panel member with Norie Neumark, Rosemary McGoldrick and Janet Solomon as part of the Minding Animals conference Mexico City, January
    Teaching 2018
Swinburne University/Open University Australia Master of Writing (MA-WRI)
Semester 1 March-May PWR70001 Reading and Writing
Semester 2 June-August PWR60003 Research for Writers
Semester 3 Sept-Nov PWR70002 Online Writing and PWR80004 Writing for New Media
    Writers as Working Artists panel member with Julian Novitz, Dean Keep and James Andre Swinburne Writers' Festival Hawthorn campus 31 Oct
    What is Zoopoetics? Texts, Bodies, Entanglement Editors: Driscoll, Kári, Hoffmann, Eva due by Christmas 2017. ISBN 978-3-319-64415-8 Very pleased to have contributed a chapter to this publication, See this link
    Norie Neumark's blog entry Can of Worms... becoming-animal June 2017
    Norie Neumark's new book published April Voicetracks: Attuning to Voice in Media and the Arts
    Beauties and Beasts collaboration with Stephen Barrass, Belconnen Arts Centre, University of Canberra, AU May
    CoExistence curated by Julia Schlosser and Alexandra Murphy Eastern Kentucky University US March
    Performing, Writing collaborative performance for this Interdisciplinary Research Symposium at Massey University Wellington New Zealand March 2017
    Bird News #2 Unreliable Encounters in Jurong III Radio improvisation and readings with
Jude Cowan Montague Resonance FM 104.4 London UK 7 Jan 2.30pm GMT
    Teaching 2017
Swinburne University/Open University Australia Master of Writing (MA-WRI)
Semester 1 March-May PWR 60003 Reseach for Writers, PWR70001 Reading and Writing
Semester 2 June-Aug PWR70004 Writing History
Semester 3 Sept-Nov PWR70002 Online Writing, PWR 80004 Writing and New Media
@PWR70002, @PWR80004

Yellow-nosed broad-billed red-kneed a startling clatter(2016)
Sound walk and performative lecture as part of Points of Listening through CRISAP London College of Communication, coordinated by Salomé Voegelin and Mark Peter Wright

    Untaming the Urban 8/9 December 2016
Collaboration with Stephen Barrass. This Symposium is an ANU Urban Network initiative in association with Future Earth Australia to foster multi-disciplinary conversation on cross-species cohabitation in our cities, towns and suburbs. ANU Canberra, Australia

Sounding site: listening, mingling, index and reciprocity in the field
Unlikely Journal for Creative Arts
Through our multidisciplinary practices and research, Cath, Johanna and Shauna have a continued relationship with the ideas present in Calls from Blethenal Green. For this collaborative essay, we revisited and extended the conversation about the project. In particular, we sought to explore the role listening plays in the process of sensing and making sense of place while in the field. Can conscientious listening help level an unequal playing field?

    Incinerator Art Award: Art for Social Change 14 October - 3 December 2016
Incinerator Gallery 180 Holmes Road, Moonee Ponds Melbourne Australia
    Animal Encounters 25 - 27 November 2016
International Conference at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Department for German and Comparative Studies, Germany. Art intervention in the form of an experimental score Heading South into Town performed by Martin Ullrich

Why listen to Animals: The Abyss of Incomprehension see Artworks/Unreliable

    Talk Talk 7 September - 30 October 2016
curated by Maddy Rosenberg at Central Booking New York
with Brandstifter, Stephanie Brody-Lederman, MJ Caselden, Catherine Clover, Elena Costelian, Patrick Coyle, Anne Gilman, Sarah Hulsey, Christiana Kazakou, Barbara Rosenthal, Melissa Stern, Diana Wege, Robert Zott
CENTRAL BOOKING 21 Ludlow St. New York, NY 10002
    Animal Sounds #6 Interspecies Sound - Robbie Judkins
How artists are using sound to explore interspecies relationships. Featuring interviews with David Rothenberg and Catherine Clover. Sounds from - David Rothenberg, Catherine Clover, Jim Nollman, Pauline Oliveros, David Dunn, Marlena Novak and more.
20:00 GMT
Resonance FM &
    Listening across Disciplines London College of Communication, University of the Arts London
23 and 24 June 2016
Invited participant - Listening Across Disciplines, a network project that brings together artists, musicians, scientists, technologists and social scientists as well as scholars and practitioners from the humanities, to work across disciplinary boundaries on the recently emerging focus on sound and listening.
The aim of this network is to initiate an exchange that draws together auditory research initiatives and methods from across the disciplines to advance their status and use, and to generate a space where culture and science can collide to generate new knowledge and create innovative modes of knowledge production that bring value within and between the disciplines, and ultimately to a general public.
The project has been awarded an AHRC grant and is run by Dr. Salomé Voegelin (PI), Reader in Sound Arts at the London College of Communication, UAL, and Co-I Dr. Anna Barney, Professor in Biomedical Acoustic Engineering at Southampton University.
    Women in Sound Goldsmiths, University of the Arts London 16 June 2016
Our event theme and title is S.E.E [Sound, Education, Experience] and will focus on the visibility of women in sound practice and music technology. Identifying major challenges and trends for women in the field and how we can best support each other; we will also celebrate and strengthen the existing, fruitful and diverse network of women across London, working with or in sound.
Very pleased to be doing an improvised performance with three of my scores voiced by the delegates at this one day conference at Goldsmiths,
    Animal Sounds live! Tues 28 June 2016 7.30pm-11pm
New River Studios 199 Eade Road London N4 1DN
Animal Sounds is a radio programme that investigates how artists are using sound to explore human-animal relationships. Broadcast on Resonance FM. Created by Robbie Judkins. Animal Sounds live! will showcase a range of artists using sound to explore human-animal relationships.
CATHERINE CLOVER & ROBBIE JUDKINS Folderol (London Marrakesh Melbourne) Live recording
Catherine Clover and Robbie Judkins will be performing a new improvised work focussing on the language and song of urban birds. For voice and manipulated recordings.
Listen Lisse and raxil 4 will be presenting a new improvised work based on a single recording of wild frogs mating. 
BIONI SAMP creates experimental electronic music, live and on recordings. He also seasonally works with bees.
Contact Zone #1 is an assemblage of sounds gathered from various wildlife and animal entertainment television outtakes
    Yellow-nosed broad-billed red-kneed a startling clatter see Artworks/yellow_nosed
    For the rest of today partly cloudy (for numerous voices) 2016 is an article written for Iris Garrelfs' online journal Reflections on Process in Sound. Melbourne-based Catherine Clover presents her expanded species-bridging approach to language, exploring urban birds through a framework of everyday experience.

Teaching 2016
Swinburne University/Open University Australia Master of Writing (MA-WRI)
Semester 1 PWR60001 Critical Friends, PWR 60003 Reseach for Writers,
PWR70001 Reading and Writing
Semester 2 PWR70004 Writing History
Semester 3 PWR70002 Online Writing, PWR80004 Writing and New Media

Swinburne Online Undergraduate
Semester 1 COM10003 Learning and Communicating Online

RMIT University BDes Interior Design
Semester 2 Specialisation - Sound The Environment and The City

    Bird News hosted by Jude Cowan Montague on her weekly radio programme The News Agents. With Robbie Judkins, on 12 December at Resonance 104.4 FM, London. A discussion and improvised collboration exploring ideas about bird communication. Link to programme

Scoring Patti Smith
Opens Wednesday, 11th Nov 2015, 6-8pm.
Affiliated Text Gallery at Cross Art Books, 33 Roslyn Street, Kings Cross, Sydney
Exhibition continues till Jan 15th 2016. 10-6pm daily (except holidays)
Catherine Clover, Danae Valenza, Danius Kesminas, Hissy Fit, India Zegan, Jacqueline Millner, John Paul Cretney, Josephine Skinner, Julian Day, Linda Dement, Luke Parker, Maria Cruz, Matthew Hopkins, Mish Meijers, Ron Adams, Tina Havelock Stevens, Tricky Walsh
aural notation/ graphic performance/ lyric equivalence/ language score/ word music / image scripts/ prose gestures/ eye vocals/ affect code/ spoken concrete/ ecstatic registration/
Patti Smith: poet, writer, musician, mythmaker, punk, photographer and icon. Patti Smith’s symbolist-driven lyrics and potent spoken-word performances, along with her recent prose memoirs, Just Kids, Woolgathering and M Train, have made her a reckoning force in music, literature, fashion and the visual arts. Robert Mapplethorpe’s photographs of Smith have helped make her physical image as influential as her use of language. In the 1970s Smith’s impervious, androgynous stance, in juxtaposition with her fevered writing and intonation, bridged the image-conscious Warholian avant-garde, the subcultural ardour of the Beats, the dystopian visions of William Burroughs and the DIY culture of punk. Four decades on, Smith continues to hold a unique position of reference in the language and visual cultures we inhabit in the arts.
Much of Smith’s impact has resulted from the energy and the intensity of her spoken-word. It is the performative dimension of her language that this exhibition considers. Traversing the terrain of experimental music, avant-garde performance and concrete poetry, the artworks in this exhibition are responses to Patti Smith’s wielding of words.
Curated by Affiliated Text - Lynne Barwick and Bronia Iwanczak


Old tech, new tech see Artworks/old tech


Eyescore: The Audible Image see Artworks/eyescore

    Sound Matters: A creative framework
Ximena Alarcon and Cathy Lane JISC funded research project participant London College of Communication UK

Creaturely Feelings
with Trish Adams, Andre Brodyk, Catherine Clover, Kate James, Susie Marcroft, lynn mowson, Elizabeth Presa, curated by Caroline Wallace
This exhibition, part of Animal Publics: Emotions, Empathy, Activism, the 2015 Australasian Animal Studies Association (AASA) Conference, explores artmaking as an act of encounter between human and non-human animals. Works by six artists foreground the empathic act of artistic process, exposing the intimacy and proximity between artist and subject, between human and non-human animal.
Dax Centre Multimedia Gallery
The University of Melbourne
Exhibition open July 12-18, 2015.
Monday-Friday, 12-5pm

    On Landscape #2 17 April - 16 May
A central element of the On Landscape Project consists of a library of self-published, hand-made or short run artists books, relating to the project ethos. The books and the book display aims to provide a platform for wider debates around landscape through a diverse range of practitioners’ work.

17 April — May 16 2015
MATÈRIA Via Tiburtina 149, Rome, Rm 00185, Italy
    Shooting the Breeze see Artworks/shooting

Teaching 2015
Swinburne University/Open University Australia Master of Writing (MA-WRI)
Semester 1 PWR60002 Real Life Writing, PWR70001 Reading and Writing
Semester 2 PWR70004 Writing History
Semester 3 PWR70002 Online Writing

Swinburne Online Undergraduate
Semester 1 COM10003 Learning and Communicating Online
Semester 2 MDA 10001 Introduction to Media


Sound Series: Perch  see Artworks/perch

    Melbourne SoundWords is a collaboration with Salomé Voegelin for Liquid Architecture 2014. Contributions can be seen at Salomé's blog and also screened at Melbourne's Federation Square big screen throughout September 2014. See invitation to contribute, we'd love to hear from you.
    Artists Books (reprised) at the George Paton Gallery, Melbourne University,
coordinated by Sandie Bridie, Craig Burgess and Alice Mathieu.
26 Aug to 5 Sept 2014; closing event Thurs 4 Sept 5-7pm
Artist’s Books (reprised) presents four decades of investigation into the possibilities and limitation so the artist book form. The exhibition includes books by Hanne Darboven, Ed Ruscha, Baldessari, Bernd and Hilla Becher and some conceptual works by Australian artists - material all held in the University of Melbourne archive - along with new work by local artists that ranges from handmade kitsch to hard bound editions. Full info here

Mid-morning, mild, some clouds
Opening Thursday 27 March, 6-8pm
28 March – 27 April 2014 Mason Street, Newport, Melbourne VIC 3015
Through spending time in the vicinity of Mason Street, Clover will listen to daily activities – pedestrians, voices, traffic, buses, trains, birds, the weather, the season - creating a site-specific artwork that is text based but oriented towards the sonic.
This public artwork is part of Art In Public Places coordinated by Hobsons Bay City Council. Commissioned through the Substation, the site is just around the corner on Mason Street. The Substation - Off Site


The radio feature The Sonic City is to have its first broadcast Sunday 9th March 2014 at 8pm (Australian Eastern Standard Time) on ABC Radio National in the Sounds Like Radio slot.
The program uses material from Liquid Architecture 2013 The Sonic City including interviews and live recordings from Haco, Toshiya Tsonoda, Catherine Clover, Philip Brophy and Francisco Lopez.
The program was produced by Camilla Hannan and commissioned by ABC Radio National’s Creative Audio Unit.
The program audio will be up on the Radio National (Australia) website after broadcast and links provided to participating artists and Liquid Architecture. Details regarding the program will be up in the week prior to broadcast

    Lecturing and tutoring 2014
Swinburne University/Open University Australia Master of Writing (MA-WRI)
Semester 1 PWR60002 Real Life Writing, PWR70001 Reading and Writing
Semester 3 PWR70002 Online Writing
    Melbourne Now National Gallery of Victoria Melbourne AU

Substation Contemporary Art Prize 2013 Melbourne AU

    B is for Bird C is for City Liquid Artchitecture 14: Sonic City
Installation and Performance with Kate Hunter, Penny Baron and Vanessa Chapple
6.45pm for 7pm Wednesday 4th September 2013
The Norla Dome at the Mission to Seafarers 717 Flinders Street Docklands VIC 3008, as part of Liquid Architecture 14: Sonic City curated by Philip Samartzis and Kristen Sharp
    Calls from Blethenal Green
St John's Church Bethnal Green London UK May, June, July 2013
Collaborative residency and installation with Johanna Hallsten

Soond Gaitherin’ #1 collaboration with Johanna Hällsten, curated by James Wyness Jedburgh, Scotland


Lightscape Projects 3 'Drawing Out' Conference RMIT University Melbourne AU


Field Notes collaboration with Clyde McGill
27 February – 16 March 2013
Trocadero Art Space Level 1, 119 Hopkins Street Footscray 3011 Melbourne AU

    Lecturing and tutoring 2013
Swinburne University/Open University Australia Master of Writing (MA-WRI)
Semester 1 LPW 504 Real Life Writing, LPW 600 Reading and Writing
Semester 2 LPW 600 Real Life Writing, LPW 602 Writing History
Semester 3 LPW 604 Online Writing
    Looking Up, listening for the birds as part of Accumulate/Proliferate curated by Deb Bain King with Keith Wong, Patricia Todarello and Dena Ashbolt
c3 Abbotsford Convent Melbourne Australia 24th October - 11th November 2012
    The Auspices Anstey Station Albion Street Brunswick Melbourne 3056
The disused customer service booth on the city bound platform (Platform 1)
7am-10.30pm daily MoreArt The Moreland City Council Public Art Show
30th September – 28th October 2012
    Revisiting Central Australia is an article on Indigenous Australian and non-Indigenous Australian artistic collaborations, see Frieze blog Aug 2012
    'Confab with the Birds: A chatter, a call, a shout, a whisper, a murmur, a mutter, a babble, a drone' at the conference
Regarding the Earth: Ecological Vision in Word and Image RMIT/Monash Universities Melbourne 01.09.12
    Issue 4 Excerpt Magazine due out in August
Excerpt Magazine is a free quarterly online publication about photo-based practice. Excerpt has an emphasis on original content and creating an accessible platform for thoughtful insights and exchanges. By constructing new formats and presenting ideas from multiple contributors, Excerpt aims to be important, relevant and fun.
    A Filth of Starlings Platform Public Contemporary Art Spaces Melbourne
3rd to 24th August 2012
Degraves Street Subway Melbourne 3000 Australia
(links Flinders Street Station with Degraves Street)
7am-7pm weekdays, 9am-5pm Saturdays, closed Sundays
    A Storytelling of Ravens centre page spread Tierstudien 01 Animalität und Ästhetik edited by Jessica Ullrich pub Neofelis Verlag Berlin Germany April 2012
    Us and Them - Umwelten Project Space Melbourne May 2012 Group show with members of the Global Ecologies Research Group (RMIT University, Melbourne) - Steve Baker, Yifang Lu, Rebecca Mayo, Jen Rae, Fleur Summers, Debbie Symons, Jasmine Targett and Linda Williams
    Interview with Peter McKerrow for Resonance FM recorded 16th Jan 2012, date for broadcast 13th Feb It lasts about an hour, with conversation interspersed with excerpts from 'birdbrain' including mimicry from Kate Hunter, Vanessa Chapple, Penny Baron, Melissa Alley and texts by Michele Faguet, Andrew Whitehouse, Rene ten Bos.
    Lecturing and tutoring 2012
Swinburne University/Open University Australia Master of Writing (MA-WRI)
Semester 1 LPW 500 Critical Friends, LPW 504 Real Life Writing
Semester 2 LPW 500 Critical Friends, LPW 505 Research for Writers
Semester 3 LPW 604 Online Writing, LPW 707 Writing for New Media
    The rest is silence The last days of the DEATH BE KIND gallery project are drawing near and our final show with over 100 artists The rest is silence opens on Tuesday 8 November. Runs until 11 December 2011 Upstairs @ THE ALDERMAN
134 Lygon Street Brunswick VIC 3056 Melbourne
    Patricide 04 The Sound of Surrealism - A collaborative print project edited by Neil Coombs. 'Does the complete understanding of a natural phenomenon strip away its miraculous qualities? It is certainly a risk But it should at least maintain all of its poetry, for poetry subverts reason and is never dulled by repetition. Besides, a few gaps in our knowledge will always allow for a joyous confusion of the mysterious, the unknown and the miraculous' Jean Painlevé, 1931
    Animals and Aesthetics an interdisciplinary conference on Animals and Animal Images in the Arts, Universitat der Kunste, Berlin 29th and 30th October 2011 See review
    The Animal Gaze Returned a symposium on contemporary art and human-animal studies, Sir John Cass School of Art Media and Design, London Metropolitan University 27th and 28th October 2011
    Billboard Art Projects New Orleans US Saturday, October 22, 2011 at 12 a.m. to Friday, November 18th at 11:59 p.m. Four weeks of art interspersed among advertising at Pontchartrain Expressway, east bound, just after South Claiborne Avenue. See review
    Auditory Scenes at the Alchemy Film Festival Hawick, Scottish Borders, UK 21-23 October, curated by James Wyness
    Sonic Interactions Capstone Theatre, Liverpool Hope University UK performance 27th October2011 organised by Manuella Blackburn
    To the Field and Yonder Gorey Arts and Film Festival Ireland September 2011
    birdbrain at Screenspace Melbourne AU 10th-26th Nov 2011
    birdbrain at SoundFjord London UK 18th June-30th July 2011
    birdbrain at Emerson Galerie Berlin Germany 29th June-16th July 2011
    Animals, People A Shared Environment POP Gallery Brisbane AU July 2011 with The 4th Australian Animals Studies Group conference 2011 Queensland College of Art postgraduate and research dept and the Australian Animal Studies Group are uniting for the 4th Biennial Australian Studies Group Conference, 2011, Griffith University, South Bank Campus, Brisbane. Between the 10th -13 July, the animal conference brings together animal theorists and scientists from a broad range of academic disciplines to examine the inter – relationships between human and non human animals. POP and QCA Galleries The Project Gallery and White Box will be exhibiting art with 32 artists.
    Patricide 03 (The Uncanny) Launch Party Saturday 7th May 2011 7-10pm Location to be confirmed. A collaborative print project edited by Neil Coombs. Patricide is a contemporary collaborative print project concerning surrealism. The new Uncanny edition of Patricide will be available, along with entertainments (to be announced). Please spread the word - everyone is invited! See Facebook page.

EMS11 sforzando! June 14-18 2011 New York City (Greenwich House Music School)
The EMS Network has been organised to fill an important gap in terms of electroacoustic music, namely focusing on the better understanding of the various manifestations of electroacoustic music. Areas related to the study of electroacoustic music range from the musicological to more interdisciplinary approaches, from studies concerning the impact of technology on musical creativity to the investigation of the ubiquitous nature of electroacoustic sounds today. The choice of the word, ‘network’ is of fundamental importance as one of our goals is to make relevant initiatives more widely available.

    Exquisite Corpse Group show at Soundfjord London UK Opening 12 April 7.30-9.30pm 13-30 April 2011 A sonic version of the Surrealists' collaborative technique
    Lecturing and tutoring 2011
Swinburne University/Open University Australia Master of Writing (MA-WRI)
    Monumental Effect Group show at Death Be Kind December 2010 with
Alex Rizkalla, Catherine Clover, Ceri Hann, Claire Lambe, Dani Hakim, David Lawrey & Jaki Middleton, Deborah Kelly, Elvis Richardson, Greg Richards, Louise Paramor, Jane Brown, Michael Needham, Nana Ohnesorge, Nat Thomas, Nick Pantazopoulos, Nick Waddell, Nicki Wynnychuk, Raafat Ishak, Raquel Ormella, Sadie Chandler, Sarah CrowEST, Sarah Goffman, Simon Zoric, Stephen Garrett, Toby Pola, Veronica Kent
    Calling the Birds II Projected dvd and installation Trocadero Art Space Melbourne AU October 2010
    The Memorial Death Be Kind Upstairs @ The Alderman 134 Lygon Street Brunswick Melbourne AU 29 June - 25 July 2010
    Pigeon Post Installation at Mailbox 141 141 Flinders Lane, Melbourne, AU. June and July 2010
    billing and cooing (billboard) Installation for the external billboard at Trocadero Art Space corner of Hopkins and Leeds Streets Footscray Melbourne AU. June and July 2010
    Contribution to Hans W. Koch's Sounds of My Neighbourhood as part of the MusikTriennale Koln Germany 24 April to 16 May 2010 The idea of the project relates to Stockhausen's hymnen and uses soundscapes from several countries around the globe instead of national anthems. The soundscapes will be presented in an interactive installation, which will allow the visitors not only to listen to the individual projects in a quadrophonic setup, but also to intermodulate the different soundfiles via a touchscreen, creating individual trajectories around the globe while looking at pictures from the site and reading background-information.
    coroocoo NSCAD University Halifax Canada - visiting artist incorporating an exhibition and presentation Feb-March 2010 See blog and review
    Lecturing and tutoring 2010
Swinburne University/Open University Australia Master of Writing (MA-WRI)
    Pestival on Resonance 104.4 FM London UK.
Resonance104.4fm is the media partner of the Pestival 2009, which
takes place at the Southbank Centre, London, on 4, 5, and 6 September.
Directed by Bridget Nicholls, Pestival celebrates "the art of being an
insect and insects in art" through numerous scientific and artistic
interventions. Works aired will include full length Greengrocer, Shilihe and Jing Shan Park 03
    Minding Animals Newcastle, NSW AU July 2009 A transdisciplinary conference exploring the interrelationships between animals and society. Minding Animals at the Lock Up curated by Gillean Shaw showed my dvd projection Calling the Birds in one of the oldest padded cells in Australia.
    Columba livia 569 Nicholson Street Carlton Melbourne 4th March-15th April 09. This window frontage installation explores our ambiguous relationship with our feathered friend and foe, the common pigeon [Columba livia]. The work is accessible 24 hours
    WFAE Mexico 2009 World Forum for Acoustic Ecology
Sound Megalopolis - 2009 will be held in Mexico City March 23rd -27th, 2009. Researchers, teachers, sound producers, musicians, and acoustic ecologists will present papers, panel discussions, workshops, sound installations, and give sound art performances during the event.
    Lecturing and tutoring 2010
Swinburne University/Open University Australia Master of Writing (MA-WRI)
    c3 Contemporary Art Space Abbotsford Convent
1 St Heliers St Abbotsford Melbourne 26thNov-14th Dec 2008
See info
    From Mao to Now Beijing Olympics Cultural Exhibition
Newington Armory Gallery Sydney Australia 28th June-28th September 08
    Thirst Soundwork collaboration with the poet Dominique Hecq to be exhibited in Drought as part of the Melbourne International Writers Festival
    Six in the Evening Public Projection in the City of Dandenong, Melbourne, Australia [see Works/Six in the Evening]. Nightly screenings will take place from 10th March-21st April 2008 at 20 Walker Street, Dandenong.
    Deafnesses Zeppelin Sound Art Festival 2008 at the Centre de Cultura Contemporania, Barcelona, Spain. The festival addesses 'the multiple deafnesses of the contemporary world'. The works will be presented on an 8 speaker system on 13th, 14th and 15th March 2008.
    Urban Rhythms Giant Ear New York Society for Acoustic Ecology, New York, US.
24th Feb 08 7-9pm New York City time at Transmission Arts
    Soundscape: Journal of Acoustic Ecology Vol 7#1 Santa Fe, California, US
Art, Science, Environment, Activism
published by World Forum for Acoustic Ecology
    Lecturing and tutoring 2009
Swinburne University/Open University Australia Master of Writing (MA-WRI)
    Listening Shell V&A Museum, London, UK. UK Design for Performance Special Exhibit. Designer Dody Nash's sound sculpture was originally commissioned for the Berio Festival at the South Bank Centre. Now showing at the V&A, she has selected and curated sound works for the sculpture from eleven composers and sound artists. Showing from 20th November - 28th February 2008 [See Works/Shilihe]
    Velocity Festival of Digital Culture, Lancashire, UK The work is available as a podcast within a group of selected sound works designed to be heard during a train journey around the Morecambe Bay area. I was particularly interested in getting a work from China involved in this festival as a tribute to the 23 Chinese cocklepickers who drowned in the fast tides of Morecambe Bay in 2004.
    209 Shorts 209 Radio, Cambridge, UK. Kirsten Lavers curated this group of sound works that are all two minutes nine seconds long. Fifteen works were programmed and broadcast daily between 30th September and 13th October 2007
    Takatako Project Berlin, Germany and online. This project by Uwe Koch, Maler Grafiker and Dietrich Kluge aims to find out what travellers experience on their journey, and how they perceive these transitional spaces. I contributed to the project when I travelled to Beijing via Hong Kong in early August 2007, and back at the end of October
    Artist-in-Residence at the Red Gate Gallery, Beijing, China during the months of August, September and October, 2007
    Greengrocer Austral Avenue, Melbourne, Australia 14th-28th July
Austral Avenue is an Artist Run Initiative in Brunswick curated by Jane O'Neill
[See Works/Greengrocer]

ARTRADIO Cornerhouse, Manchester, UK. Curated by Helen Wewiora, ARTRADIO is Cornerhouse's temporary radio station, broadcasting in FM and online. Broadcast: 8:00 - 00:00 Sat 30 June to Sun 26 August 2007

    Projected Weekends Ditital Hub, Dublin, Ireland. From November 2006 until March 2007, The Digital Hub will run a series of outdoor projections from their premises in the Dublin 8. The projections will run for the entire weekend and each weekend a new piece will be shown.
    FLEFF The Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival is a one week multimedia interarts extravaganza that reboots the environment and sustainability into a larger global conversation, embracing a wide range of issues. Undisclosed Recipients is curated by Dale Hudson and Sharon Lin Tay. The festival will take place from 26 March to 2 April 2007 in Ithaca (New York), USA, and on the internet.
    Re-Surfacing An exhibition in conjunction with the symposium 'Technology Expanding the Horizon:A Reinterpretation and Investigation of the Landscape'
Technology strongly affects our existence within and our perceptions of the contemporary. Artists have been invited to examine technology's relationship to physical and psychological space. See this link for issues to be discussed at the symposium. From 29th March 2007 at the Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, USA.
    Life Cycles Exhibition Since its foundation in 2006 Bash Art has established itself as an innovative and pioneering art collective. Bash Art will host a two-part show entitled the 'Life Cycles Exhibition' The event, to be held in the nineteenth century crypt of St. Pancras Parish Church in London, UK will run for two weeks from the 1st to the 15th March 2007. The crypt provides an atmospheric setting for artists to explore the dualistic theme of life and death within a life cycle.
    Lecturing and tutoring 2007
Swinburne University/Open University Australia Master of Writing (MA-WRI)
  Online Projects
    Film Festival World Film Festival World is comprised of three major databases: Film Festivals, Films, Member Profiles & Portfolios
    SoundLAB Edition II SoundLAB is a joint ventrure between ConcertHall and [R][R][F] 200X - global networking project. Its purpose is to feature a specific digital art form 'electronic msuic' and within this scope, 'soundart' in its various forms. Chief curator of SoundLab is Melody Parker-Carter
    SoundTransitSoundTransit is a collaborative, online community dedicated to field recording and phonography. In the “Book” section of this site, you can plan a sonic journey through various locations recorded around the world. And in the “Search” section, you can search the database for specific sounds by member artists from many different places
    FILE Electronic Language International Festival Sao Paulo Brazil [see Hipersonica 2005] FILE - International Festival of Electronic Language is a non-profit cultural organization whose purpose is to disseminate and to develop arts, technologies and scientific research, by means of exhibitions, debates, lectures, and courses. The festival promotes a yearly meeting in Brazil, in the city of São Paulo, of international arts and new-media professionals
    Selected Past Projects
    unAustralia If things are 'un-Australian' it must be because they come from UNAUSTRALIA. Where is it? Who lives there? How does it come to be? What is its past and what is its future? The Cultural Studies Association of Australasia's annual conference for 2006 [December 6, 7 and 8] in Canberra is on the theme 'UnAustralia' and includes an exhibition of creative on-line works on the conference theme.
    Waiting Project will be launched 23rd Nov 06 in Cornwall, UK
    SoundLAB Edition IV memoryscapeswill be launched on 6th Oct at the Klang Drang Festival Cologne, Germany and on 16th Nov at the Festival Arte Digital Rosario, Argentina
    framework Resonance 104.4fm, London , UK. In 2002 Patrick McGinley co-founded framework, an organisation that produces a biweekly radio show on London's Resonance104.4fm London's first radio art station. Framework concentrates on the framing of sounds from our environment which normally pass through our ears unnoticed and unremarked, but which out of context become unrecognisable, alien and extraordinary: crackling charcoal, a squeaking escalator, a buzzing insect, or one's own breath.
    Up on the Roof_Falls Creek Artists Camp LaTrobe Regional Gallery, Morwell, VIC Australia 14th Oct-19th Nov 06 with Peter Bennetts, Jane Burton, Anna Ephraim, Maya Green, David Noonan, Cameron Robbins, Renee So, Jacqui Stockdale, David Hugh Thomas and Peter Walsh
    Digital Fringe Sept/Oct 06 Melbourne, Australia
    Max5 Projektor Video Festival, Cafe Gallery Projects, London, UK. Max 5 is part of Projektor, a survey of contemporary video practice and presents a daily repeating programme of video works 22-30 July 2006
    Scinema 2006 Festival of Science Film [CSIRO], Sydney, Australia 12-20 August 2006. SCINEMA Festival of Science Film screens annually around Australia during National Science Week. Conceived as a way to forge new links between the sciences and the arts, SCINEMA has explored ways to enhance communication to raise public excitement and trust in science through the medium of film, while also celebrating the scientific advances in film technology itself. SCINEMA is run as a partnership between the public programs unit of the National Museum of Australia, CSIRO Communications, and Luna Media (publishers of Cosmos Magazine)
    Dislocate Trampoline [UK] in association with Ginza Art Laboratory, Tokyo, Japan. 28 July-18 August 2006.  ‘Dislocate' is an exhibition examining the tensions between the local and the global – the elements and identity of one local space which are simultaneously intersected by countless global links and influences. In its attempt to promote new media art, Trampoline is going to Tokyo this summer and is looking at works which engage with notions of multiple spaces and presence, the ubiquity of new media and the challenge to our sense of place
    Wild Information NetworkThis project will debut 25th May 2006 in the woods of the Upper Catskills in upstate New York, USA. The project will establish a sonic field of information produced with renewable energy, digital technologies, and ecological imagination. The information will be a continuous solar-powered series of audio transmissions located relatively deep in the woods of 940 acres in the upper Catskills of New York State. Visitors and hikers to the back woods location will use 802.11 wireless devices, Bluetooth-enabled devices, or transistor radios to receive sonic information through digital downloads, and radio transmissions. Ongoing
    Main Screen Public Projection at Federation Square, Melbourne, Australia curated by Artbreak. Access this link and select current to view artists involved
    Double Venturi-The Current Musical/artistic collaborative performances Melbourne Town Hall, Melbourne, Australia with artists Cameron Robbins, David Murphy, Robbie Rowlands and musicians Peter Knight, Kate Neal, Vanessa Tomlinson and Erik Griswold 4th June 2006 2pm/8pm
    2006 Alice Prize Alice Springs, Australia 26th May-18th June 06
    Frieze The Dolls House Miniature Space, Melbourne, Australia March 06
See Works/Frieze
    Radio Sound Art 209 Radio, Cambridge, UK. Sound Art intervention within 209Radio's RSL (Restricted Service License) FM broadcast to Cambridge for 9 days in February 2006 involving the RADIOTAXI team : Kirsten Lavers & Simon Keep as (ACE funded) artists-in-residence with cris cheek and Karl Hartland. A curated programme of sound art and 209Shorts* throughout the week culminating in a weekend of themed radio on "Noise" and "Silence". Including a series of "Silent Interviews" with 209Radio volunteers. 209Radio is a broadbased volunteer run community radio station for Cambridge distinctive in its support of artists working with the medium of sound. 209Radio currently webcasts 24/7 from and has recently been awarded the Ofcom 5 year community radio FM license for Cambridge - due to go on air in Spring 2007.
    MusicAcoustic 2005:Mix China Electronic Music Centre, Beijing, China. The transforming soundscape of Beijing offers a heavy 'Mix' of old and modern voices; where the old hutong and modern skyscrapers Mix amidst a hurried development frenzy. The Conference invites research and concerts inquiring along a broad vector that traverses the aesthetics of Organized Sound, Electro-Acoustics (with Chinese and Western Instruments), Microsound, Coding Experimentation and Phonography. With modern China as a backdrop, a Mix of the traditional and new in computer/electronic/laptop music is an appropriate thematic, where an old/young city/country is experimenting with its own emerging unique voice on the global music scene. Chinese composers and academics come together once a year to plan future directions for the development of computer music in China and to learn/exchange with their international guests.
    Pathiharn Electron Media FestivalChiang Mai/Bangkok, Thailand and Singapore 2004. Thailand and its neighbors in the Southeast Asian region share some common traditional threads and face similar challenges regarding the impact of Informations Communication Technology (ICT) and new media on contemporary culture and society at large. This new media art festival will primarily, but not exclusively, focus on the Southeast Asian region. Thailand is well positioned on the political, economic, and technological front to act as a hub for inter-regional and international dialogue. Historically, the northern Chiang Mai region was the rich intersection of various regional cultures. Today, the city of Chiang Mai is the main focus of governmental, commercial and academic ICT development. This development seeks to establish Chiang Mai as not only the “Rose” but the “IT Capital of the North.” Chiang Mai's calm but evolving cultural climate makes it an ideal place for this dynamic new media art festival.
    Halcyon Drive Public Projection in Driver Lane, Melbourne, Australia 2004-5 Curated by Vanessa Walker and opened by John So, Lord Mayor of Melbourne, in October 2004.
    Interlace – an appreciation of Indigenous Fibre Work [2002] Research, design and construction of cdrom based on interviews with Healesville Elders Joyce Moate, Dot Peters, and Cape York Elder Margaret Sellers, with assistance from the Indigenous Cultures Department of Museum Victoria, Melbourne, Australia
    Coen E Book [2002] On-site design and construction of cdrom with Cape York Partnerships, Coen Regional Aboriginal Corporation and Coen State School. A project based on 8 local Indigenous languages of the eastern Cape York Peninsula region, Queensland, Australia
    Overseas Artist-in-Residence at Gertrude Street Artists Spaces, Melbourne, Australia 1992
    East End Open Angel Studios, Islington, London, UK 1990 & 1991