I am interested in how we can create affective sound that has the potential to pass the subjective view of the listener. I find that this is important due to the hectic and problematic environment most of us live in. My MA in arts (sound) is a study about how subjectivity can be considered problematic in how we relate to sound. Through this my main interest has become body engaging tones.
I am also interested in the environmental crisis we are facing and how our bodies responding to sound can be related to this. I am interested in sound that can potentially exclude opinion. My findings within this refers to my studies in eco somatic movement, where I have experienced a body responding to sound as part of the memory and response of an anatomical structure. I am interested in if this has the potential to give us means to face the upcoming problematic changes that humanity will face due to climate change, exploring body and how it relates to sound.
My sound work includes working with composition and improvisation, a variety of instruments and electronics, ambisonic field recordings and hydrophone recordings, movement, material and space.