An interactive sound installation developed by a Griffith researcher to help tackle climate change is on show at the Smithsonian Museum this month, as part of the Earth Optimism summit. Queensland Conservatorium research fellow Dr Leah Barclay was the only Australian invited to present at the summit in Washington DC, which attracted 3,000 leading scientists, environmentalists and artists from around the world.
Griffith University will bring its own form of colour and energy to the Riverfire weekend, as the curtain comes down on the 2016 Brisbane Festival. A series of digital installations will celebrate the senses during the weekend and after. ‘HeartBreath’ will light up the walls of the Art Gallery and Webb Centre at South Bank […]
Over 100 sounds have been planted across Paris during COP21 for an immersive sonic experience.