PhD thesis – Spatial referentiality and openness: a portfolio of environmental based compositions (2016)

This is the result of my practice based research at Queen’s University Belfast (more specifically, at SARC), supervised by Dr. Pedro Rebelo and Dr. Paul Stapleton (2nd supervisor). Here, you can find the full portfolio commentary in PDF, related posts and video documentation for each piece. Abstract Through a creative portfolio and an analytical and critical commentary, this…

A blue bridge (2015)

  A Blue Bridge is a soundwalk based audio-visual piece for 16 channels. The piece presents readings of a particular urban space in the city of Belfast through an interactive performance that recreates a soundwalk, juxtaposing and superimposing layers of sound, light and memories. It proposes a semi-open concert situation, conducted by a performer that…

Article: musical digital instruments – Portuguese only (2014)

  Article published on Semiosis (transdiciplinary journal of semiotics), addressing a particular design approach for digital instruments for live electronic improvisation. It’s based on my master’s research at UFPR, Brazil. Article (Portuguese only)

Sienkiewicz Pipes (2013)

Sienkiewicz Pipes is an environmental sound based immersive installation. The piece was inspired by a field recording made on Sienkiewicz Street  in the city of Poznan, Poland, in mid-2012. Sound and light pulses are controlled by the user in a small room equipped with a quadraphonic sound system. Sienkiewicz Pipes was presented twice. First at…