Tag: philosophy

On the Generation of Sounds

I’ll be presenting On the Generation of Sounds, the second in my series of Grosseteste projects, at 1.15pm on Tuesday 14 March at the Arts Technology Research Lab, Pearse St, Dublin 2. The event will be hosted by the School of Creative Arts Research Forum at Trinity College Dublin. 

New Book Publication

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… Read more »

Sainsbury talk transcript

A transcript of my talk for the Sainsbury Centre of Visual Arts in Norwich can now be accessed via the ‘Writing’ section of this site. Link here.

Making our way through our lives

We often assume that the best route to the meaning of anything is the process of thought. Thinking about problematic things – reflecting, philosophizing – seems to promise resolution. In connection with my recent works, I’ve been repeatedly reading pragmatist philosophy, the purpose of which is to ask questions about the relation between the way… Read more »