VLF Works

I have worked with Very Low Frequency (VLF) natural radio extensively since 2013, using it as a medium for sound art, documentary, composition, installation and audio-visual works that combine elements of both art and science. In addition to my artistic works with VLF I have created and published a user guide and teaching resource called VLF: A Sound Artist’s Guide. This guide has been accessed internationally and forms the basis of a series of workshops called Magnetic Signals and Radiophonic Soundscapes which I have taught by myself internationally. The guide is also featured in the collection of several libraries and museums as well as being used as a teaching resource.

Works in chronological order:

Recording the Spirit Level, 2012/13 – audio work for broadcastcropped-p1030252.jpg

A Machine to Listen to the Sky, 2013 – public audio-visual installation7

VLF: A Sound Artist’s Guide, first edition, 2013 – publication, educational resource

Changing Signals, 2013 – audio-visual film work

Some Call it Noise, 2015 – sound work and broadcast documentaryartworks-000122215522-wx1do9-t500x500

VLF: A Sound Artist’s Guide, second edition, 2015 – publication, education resourcescreen-shot-2017-01-08-at-19-25-58

Heliosphere, 2016 – audio-visual film workscreen-shot-2016-04-06-at-13-24-21


Magnetic Signals and Radiophonic Soundscapes, Soundhackers, Toronto, Canada, 2014

Magnetic Signals and Radiophonic Soundscapes, Deep Wireless Symposium, New Adventures in Sound Art, Toronto, Canada, 2015

Some Call it Noise, guest presentation and lecture, Bath Spa University, Bath, UK, 2015

Magnetic Signals and Radiophonic Soundscapes, Music Hackspace, London, UK, 2016

Extra Sensory Perception, Kingston Environment Center, London, UK, 2016


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