An International collaborative research network led by the Arne Nordheim Centre for Artistic Research at the Norwegian Music Academy. 2019-2022
- Dr Nadine Schütz – Composer in Residence IRCAM
- Andrew Knight-Hill – Senior Lecturer in Sound Design and Music Technology, University of Greenwich
‘Reconfiguring the Landscape’ investigates how 3-D spatial audio in sound-art, electroacoustic composition and acoustical design can evoke and provoke a new awareness of our outdoor environment. The project addresses spaces created by human intervention (such as urban spaces) as well as natural environments, and is underpinned by both artistic and environmental motivations. The project combines practice-lead research, theoretical investigation, and cutting edge technologies for capturing, analysing and working artistically with sound- and physical-spatial manifestations throughout all stages of the work.
We hosted s series of workshops and panel discussions while in Paris which can be viewed via the link: https://www.ircam.fr/agenda/reconfiguring-the-landscape/detail/