This site documents my research into developing an aesthetics of the sublime for sound design, specifically through an immersive audio-visual installation work, Sound Labyrinth. Through the use of both representational and abstract audio, immersive sound spatialisaiton, multi-channel video, and the incorporation of gesture-based interaction, Sound Labyrinth applies theories of gesture within electro-acoustic composition, and theories of movement analysis and embodied music cognition, to the examination of the boundaries between virtuality and embodiment, transcendance and immanence, as an exploration of the “sublime within the everyday”.

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