I am a musician and sound artist – interested in sound as a material. I have been looking lately into sound and vibration travelling through solid matter, exploring it as a connecting agent over extreme long distances as well as for more localised sounding events.

My practice based doctorate study at Oxford Brookes is called: The Transit of Sound and the Perception of Sonic Phenomena.

Research into low frequency sound and vibration has led me to look at how we perceive these elemental signals, how they signify in the perception of our habitat and connect us with the planet and universe in which we live.

Just as the human body is sharply bounded by skin, temperature differences, blood chemistry, and a calcium phosphate skeleton, so is earth distinguished from it’s surroundings by its persistently anomalous atmosphere, its steady temperature, and its unusual limestone and granitic rock.

Lyn Margulis – The Symbiotic Planet