• In the Eye of the Storm
  • Reina Sofía Museum RRS Radio, Madrid
  • Stereo sound, 20m

This project was commissioned by the Reina Sofía Museum of Contemporary Art. It is the second iteration in a triptych of radiophonic scores that explore the ocean as a site for colonial expansion and climate change. In the Eye of the Storm is a 30-40 minute radio feature that describes the moments preceding and during tropical cyclone Winston, a devastating typhoon that hit Fiji in 2016.

Curated by María Andueza Olmedo

  • Amplification / Annihilation: In Sonic Defiance of Extinction
  • Cafe OTO, London
  • Performance

Amplification / Annihilation is a live experimental, audio-visual radio broadcast that presents our recent radiophonic project And Then the Sea Came Back. The evening includes a number of artists, scientists and activists that are using sound to engage the politics of environmental change.

  • Every Time A Ear di Soun
  • Documenta 14 Radio
  • Stereo sound, 30 mins

An interview and presentation of our radio score And Then The Sea Came Back for the Documenta 14 Radio program.

Curated by Antye Greie-Rapatti

  • Sounds From the Sea
  • Errant Sound, Berlin
  • Stereo sound, 17m 54s

A live performance event and artist talk for our radiophonic work And Then the Sea Came Back.

Curated by Brandon Labelle

  • Sensory Ecology
  • Gympie Regional Gallery, Gympie
  • Stereo sound, 19m 33s

An installation version of And Then the Sea Came Back is part of this group exhibition which includes sound art, multi-sensory installations, art-science collaborations, interactive media, augmented reality and a wide spectrum of experimental and experiential practice to explore the role of the artist in changing climates.

Curated by Leah Barclay

  • Ocean Imaginaries
  • RMIT Gallery, Melbourne
  • 10.1 surround sound, 20m

Ocean Imaginaries is an exhibition / performance program that addresses research undertaken by the AEGIS Research Network and responds to a recent oceanic turn in the arts and environmental humanities.

And Then the Sea Came back was commissioned to be presented as a live multi channel immersive performance.

Curated by Lawrence Harvey

  • And Then the Sea Came back
  • ABC Radio National
  • Stereo sound, 17m 54s

And Then the Sea Came Back is a radiophonic narrative that details the moments before the 2004 tsunami struck. Told through the fictional voice of the geolinguist, the work focuses on the intimate and lasting effects of environmental change and dispossession on bodies, experiences and lives.

This work was commissioned by Radio National's Soundproof program in partnership with Liquid Architecture and was Jury nominated for best digital music and sound art work, Prix Ars Electronica, 2017


  • Emergent Ecologies
  • Kilroy Arts Space, Brooklyn
  • Stereo Sound, 08m 33s. Digital Archive Print 90x110cm.
    Bone, peppercorns and wood.

Orbis is a transdisciplinary project that was part of the Emergent Ecologies exhibition and lecture program. The work augments text, sound, photography and objects together to explore the layering of colonial histories embedded in an tract of land that has been abandoned through drought, dispossession and economic downturn.

Curated by Eben Kirksey