My 2017 interactive sound installation, Chit-chat, which transforms a vocalization into a bird call is on show at the Scenkonstmuseet, Stockholm February 26- August 18, 2019. It forms part of Science Gallery Dublin’s group exhibition, Sound Check, which is currently on tour.
More information about Chit-chat here
Last few days of my 2017 sound installation, Chit-chat, at Science Gallery, Dublin. The Sound Check exhibition closes on 24th September. Chit-chat is the third work in my ongoing series of bird-box installations, following An Audience with the Trees (2005) and Bird Quartet (2009).
Read more about the installation here. Click here for a review of the Science Gallery exhibition.
I’m pleased to announce that an article of mine has just been published in an exciting new book from The Orpheus Institute, edited by Bob Gilmore and Darla Crispin. My article is titled, ‘Composing as a Way of Doing Philosophy’. In it, I talk about the works I wrote between c. 2005-9, including An Audience with the Trees (2005), The Bravery of Women (2006-7).
Leuven University Press describes the book as follows:
This book is the first anthology of writings about the emerging subject of artistic experimentation in music. This subject, as part of the cross-disciplinary field of artistic research, cuts across boundaries of the conventional categories of performance practice, music analysis, aesthetics, and music pedagogy.
More information here
Nicholas Brown’s installation, BIRD CHAMBER (2008) will be on show for the duration of the inaugural, Greenwich International String Quartet Festival (April 17-19, 2009). Recently seen at Kings Place, London, in the context of his installation-performance, AS I HAVE NOW MEMOYRE, the installation will be situated in the Loggia of Trinity College of Music at the Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich. For further details, on the festival web site, click here.