Byron Dean is a sound artist, sound designer, field recordist and researcher living and practicing on Kaurna land. Working with sound across the areas of acousmatic diffusion, performance, moving image, site, radio and installation, his work negotiates and reimagines emplaced listening through field recording. Interested in the relationships between sounds, environments and temporalities, his compositions often explore transformation, polyphony of perspective and the portrayal and expansion of sonic experience.

His work has been presented in events, exhibitions and festivals in Australia, China, Japan, Austria, the Netherlands, Scotland and Norway. Byron holds a PhD from the School of Art in RMIT University and has taught across the subjects of sonic arts and sound design for moving image.

I acknowledge the Kaurna People as the traditional owners of the unceded land on which I live and work. I pay my respect to their elders past, present and emerging.

© 2024 Byron Dean

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