Archive for May, 2010

Near-final installation of Radius Music for NCAD Degree Show. //Degree Show RADIUS MUSIC is an audio interface based on ideas of cartography and graphic scores (developed using the open source Pure Data, Arduino and Processing platforms), and investigates the phenomenon that electronic musical technology is developing quicker than a language that can accurately represent it. […]

SoundFjord is a gallery and research unit dedicated to the Sonic Arts The gallery was founded to readdress the current lack of exhibiting space exclusively for works of sound art and focuses on the exhibition and documentation of art works, the development of artists within their creative and research practices, and ultimately, the promotion of […]

Radial Devices


Images of construction and radial devices for NCAD degree show 2010.

Six Rotations Laser-cut aluminium Installation of aluminium shapes designed by Radius Music device. During the construction of my installation space, I left the machine to scan the room. The resulting shape is influenced by the shape and size of the room along with where I was positioned in the space while doing other installation work. […]

Back in March I visited the Sonic Arts Research Centre in Belfast in order to experience the 48 channel, 360 degree sound diffusion capabilities of the Sonic Lab. I was interested in learning how the unique technological possibilities of the lab inspires a musical work, and how a composer of electronic music thinks about sound […]

More photos taken while in France as part of Breizh Entropy Congress. These images show how Radius Music was installed in an attic space in an old house. Audio recordings will be posted online soon. Images courtesy of suzannevdl

This sound work consists of a Pure Data patch that uses a feedback delay system to modify an audio sample of a person descending a concrete staircase. At first, the sound is recognisable and rhythmic: the reverberations in the concrete stairwell are clearly audible. Slowly the sound begins to layer and slip out of synchronisation […]