web works

Sonic Babylon

Sonic Babylon is an active project site begun to coordinate the planting of the Australian sound gardens. Occuring from July to September 2009, these gardens included the Queensland Conservatorium Research Centre's Media Gardens in Queensland (Cairns, Noosa, and South Bank), The National Film and Sound Archive's Permanent Sound Garden in Canberra, and a Sound Garden Happening at the Apple Store in Melbourne (tbc).

View the Sonic Babylon Project Site

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iOrpheus is a public opera based on the myth of Orpheus and Eurydice and performed on iPods, mobile phones, and laptops, along with interactive installations and live performers. Created for the streets, parks and promenades of the South Bank parklands in Brisbane, Australia, the premiere took place on Friday, August 31, 2007. The performance was documented by New Zealand film-maker Paul Davidson.

View Paul Davidson's Film, (10 min)
View the iOrpheus Project Site

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Cathedral is one of the first interactive works of music and art on the web. Online since 1997, it features a rich-media website, an Internet band, and virtual instruments that let listeners play along in community.

View the Cathedral Site