Roger Alsop is a lecturer at the Victorian College of the Arts (VCA). He works in sound and audiovisuals exploring the physical, intellectual, and emotional space, how these intersect and influence each other. — During his stay at Phasmid he is working on two projects: ‘the Acoustic AudioVisual laptop’, which uses the inherent sound making capacity of a laptop in creating improvised AV works and ‘Sounding Finnegans Wake’ which explores how the sonic characteristics of Joyce’s text may be used to create sound art.
In 2017 iterations of these projects have been presented in Barcelona, Belgrade, Melbourne, Adelaide, Edinburgh, Benevento, and Berlin
We are delighted to share the final edit of sound-works by Roger Alsop produced during his residency time at Phasmid Studios. Please visit the following link to listen see the full list of recordings >
This residency is generously supported by a Special Study Program (Long), VCA & MCM Faculty Research Grant, the University of Melbourne.