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  • 98.7 RPP FM Radio Peninsula, Victoria, Australia interview with Dr Timothy Lynch, Monash University, Faculty of Education. 

    Lynch, TJ (98.7 RPP FM Radio Peninsula, Victoria, Australia., 2015-06-16)
    The Breakfast Table with Debra Mar - discussing children swimming during winter with Dr. Timothy Lynch, Monash University, Faculty of Education, Melbourne, Australia.
  • The Birth of Memory 

    Emmett, MH (2016-01-29)
    Choreographed and directed by Adam Benjamin with the dancers of Exim Dance Company, Emmett’s soundscape evolved from the hybridisation of dance, sound, space and digital technology. The Birth of Memory was performed at ...
  • Grau 

    Maranan, DS (2015-09-23)
    Looking at Richter¹s Spiegel, Grau [Mirror Painting (Grey)] was like peering into a portal, on the other side of which was a more sombre, more unstable version of reality. It provoked me towards a kind of nostalgia, a ...
  • Mirror Blur 

    Emmett, MH (2015-09-26)
    A soundscape composed as part of the Artists Rooms exhibition alongside the paintings of Gerhard Richter (in association with Plymouth City Museum and the TATE). The Mirror Blur amplifies the interface between the reflected ...
  • Open State 

    Emmett, MH (2015-01-19)
    Research conducted on computer-mediated composition to uncover opportunities for digital applications to improve soundscape-choreographic connectedness across transnational dance networks. Questions sought to extend ...
  • This Is Where We Are 

    Emmett, MH; blow, M (2016-06-17)
    Spatial design & soundscape composer (in collaboration with Dr Mike Blow) for This Is Where We Are (TIWWA), Tate Modern, London.

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