- Room: CE221
- Telephone: 01695 650993
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr Will Schrimshaw is Senior Lecturer in Music and Sound. He is programme leader for the Music and Popular Music programmes. He has published journal articles & book chapters on sounscape composition, affect theory, sound, materialism and realism in the arts. He is author of the book Immanence and Immersion: on the acoustic condition in contemporary art published by Bloomsbury. As a musician and artist working with sound and digital technology he has performed and exhibited work internationally.
- PhD, Newcastle University, 2011.
- Mmus, Newcastle University, Distinction, 2006.
- B.A. Music, Newcastle University, First Class, 2005.
- MUS1169: Creative Music Technology
- MUS1170: Ensemble Performance
- MUS2172: Applied Composition
- MUS3168: Music and Creative Coding
Practice based and theoretical research into:
- Electronic music
- Sound in the arts
- FLOSS culture in music technology and pedagogy
- Immanence and Immersion: on the acoustic condition in contemporary art. London and New York: Bloomsbury. 2017
- ‘The Tone of Prime Unity’, Organised Sound, Cambridge University Press, In Press.
- `Writing Out Sound: Immersion and Inscription in Sound Art’, Leonardo Electronic Almanac, MIT Press. In press.
- `Exit Immersion’, Sound Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal, Bloomsbury, 2016.
- `Ur-writings: a geophonographic fiction’, Leonardo: Journal of Arts, Sciences and Technology, MIT Press. Forthcoming.
- `Non-cochlear Sound: On Affect and Exteriority’ in Biddle I. and Thompson, M. (eds.) Sound, Music, Affect: Theorizing Sonic Experience, London and New York: Bloomsbury. 2013.
- `Any Place Whatever: Schizophonic Dislocation and the Sound of Space in General’, Interference: Journal of Audio Culture, vol. 2.
- `Undermining Media’, Artnodes: Journal on Art, Science and Technology