is a geographer and radio maker. As an interdisciplinary scholar, she brings creative methods to the investigation of space and politics. Her current research broadly considers how sound reveals political, social and economic relations between humans, environments and systems of governance. She is the author of Experimental Politics and the Making of Worlds (Routledge, 2013). Her radiophonic work has been featured on Documenta 14 Radio, BBC World, Resonance FM, New Adventures in Sound Art and Transmediale, and she has facilitated sound events with Live Art Development Agency, Sound and Music and 2 Degrees Festival/Arts Admin. She is currently directing the project Climates of Listening through the Australian Centre for Cultural Environmental Research.
is an audio-visual artist, researcher and educator. Her work investigates how listening and looking reflect and shape human experiences of climate, place and environment. In addition to her art practice she has worked professionally in the film industry in post-production sound and is currently a practice-based PhD candidate at RMIT's School of Art. Recent exhibitions include Super Field, (Design Hub, Melbourne, 2017) Current (Counihan Gallery, Melbourne 2017) The Spectral Field (MAC, 2017) and Undercurrents (May Space, Sydney 2016). She has partaken in numerous residencies both in Australia and overseas and was the recipient of the Australia Council for the Arts International Residency Program in 2016.