Recent Practice Outputs

Recent creative practice-based research from the unit has included jazz albums, screen operas, electroacoustic and experimental music, installation art and voice work for a film.


A selection of these can be found below; more details are available on individual staff profiles on PURE, the university's research repository.

Creative Outputs (by recent performance/presentation)

  • Irvine, B. Various presentations including Kunstfest Weimar (Sept 2020); Irish National Opera (screen opera; autumn 2020):
  • Keeney, D. 'Frictionless: a Virtual Reality documentary'. Premiered at the Playhose Theatre, Derry, as part of Art in the Place of Conflict conference.
  • Bridges, B. Composition and performance. ‘Microterritories: Lost and Found Borders’. At ISSTA 2020 Sonic Practice Now. (online, August 2020).
  • Casey, R. Composition. 'Moya’s Lament'. At ISSTA 2020 Sonic Practice Now. (online, August 2020).
  • Bridges, B. Composition presented. 'Tracing Beijing' (2017). At New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival (online, June 27th 2020).
  • Hamilton, L.P.: CD Album ‘For the Record’ - Linley Hamilton Quintet (TeddyD Records) 2020.
  • Melvin, A. 2018. Monument: Three Sisters (installation for ultrasonic 'audio spotlight' speakers and standard speakers). Premiered at ISSTA 2016, Derry, Garden of Reflection Gallery; reprised Galerie Yoko Uhoda, Liège, Belgium, November 2018.
  • Lyons, F. 2017. Nonzerosum (composition), supported by Calouste Gulbenkian and PRS Beyond Borders commission, as part of Inclusive Creativity project.
  • Campo, G. 2016 (voice work) for Tides, A History of Lives and Dreams Lost and Found (Some Broken). See research document Tides: Enacting Liquid Voice in Film through Voice coaching. Premiered at Festival Palermo Sole Luna International Film Festival, Palermo, July 2016, winner of 6 awards at international film festivals including Milan, Malta, Parma, Treviso.

Keynotes and invited presentations

Practice-based researchers have also presented keynotes and invited presentations on their work, including: