Jesse’s PhD research at the Elder Conservatorium of Music looks to adapt the innovative frameworks and methodologies of soundscape ecology (as pioneered by landscape ecologists Almo Farina and Bryan Pijanowski, and field recordist Bernie Krause) to a music composition creative framework.
The portfolio of associated works are in response to locations in four contrasting South Australian ecosystems, namely:
riparian ecosystem: Long Island, Murray Bridge
coastal ecosystem: Murray Mouth, Coorong National Park
sylvan ecosystem: Long Gully, Belair National Park
arid ecosystem: Farina, Far North SA
Jesse has presented on this research with the paper, ‘Creative Responses To Soundscape Ecology: Innovative Frameworks and Case Study’ at the Australasian Computer Music Conference 2016, ‘Sonic Environments’, at Queensland Conservatorium, Griffith University, Brisbane.
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