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James Dooley

Music Technology Tutor

Royal Birmingham Conservatoire

James' work has a strong focus on the interaction between sound and its environment. Often employing technology to create digital feedback loops, his installations and performance works often focus on creating a sense of place – a meta-environment – which the audience can explore and experience.

His works have been performed and exhibited internationally and include: 'Torture Garden', a sound work commissioned for Hugo Dalton's 2012 solo exhibition at Bermondsey Project Space, London; 'limina', a self-reflexive audio-visual installation exhibited during the Supersonic Festival 2012, UK and Athens Slingshot festival 2013, USA; and 'Feuerwerks', an audio-visual work exhibited during the 4th Vuotociclo Festival, Italy.

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