I am a researcher, writer and educator working on sonic communication and geography. Concentrating on shifts in economic and political landscapes, I investigate how these shifts are translated in the sounds that we hear, how we are affected by them, and how we listen and respond. My work is concerned with the ways that sound and communication are shaped by, and shape, our relations to one another, to the architectures and infrastructures around us, to our larger atmospheres and ecologies, and to the forces of power and governance that we experience and intervene in. Through this lens I have written on themes of voice and space, labour and surveillance and experimental politics. I am also developing sound based methods through which to pose broader political and economic questions.
See also Burrow Collective