Category Archives: environment

Originally posted on SOUNDS LIKE NOISE:
I am happy to announce the release of The Great Silence. This 40 minute composition combines a range of nocturnal field recordings in order to imagine our way into the dark layers of Australia’s…

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Bricks – a postscript

The other week I was in Keswick for the first time. This further confirmed the feeling that simple elements of the built environment matter – the bricks are blue! Actually, a sort of dusty blue-green with a lamellar structure that … Continue reading

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Sound section

Water flowing gently by; A bridge opening (perhaps); The sound of my footsteps as I start to walk; Kittiwakes calling from their urban eyries; Paving stones being scrubbed clean of the residues from yesterday’s excess; The echo of sounds bouncing … Continue reading

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Bricks

Just before Christmas, I visited Matt’s Gallery, in London, for work. It was next door to the Ragged School Museum. I arrived early so I meandered around, taking in the environs, which is when I noticed that the museum building … Continue reading

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