‘Scorescapes’ published in Leonardo Journal 48:2

News — 1 April 2015

Featured Artist’s Article ‘Scorescapes: On Sound, Environment and Sonic Consciousness’ investigates how sound mediates our relationship to the environment and how contemporary multidisciplinary art practices can articulate this. It joins the author’s own artistic practice with a theoretical analysis of the field, highlighting how relationships to the environment drawn through sound are profoundly bound up with technology. Key concepts include: making the inaudible audible; underwater sound and cetacean communication; field recordings and the contextual basis of sound; typologies of listening; the score as relationship; and techno-intuition.