Nye Parry

contemporary sound and music

I am currently a research fellow at CRiSAP, a sound arts research centre at LCC, University of the Arts, London. My research focuses on the idea that the spatial metaphors we use to conceptualise musical and sonic structures can be actualised and physically experienced through sound installation and locative media. Between 2003 and 2011 I ran the MA Sonic Arts at Middlesex University in the Lansdown Centre for Electronic Arts and I continue to supervise two research students there.
I teach in the studios of the Guildhall School of Music and Drama where I have been involved in the development of the DMus programme and am currently co-supervising 5 students. I also run an electroacoustic music elective for Masters students and do some Max/MSP with first study Electronic Music undergrads. Finally, since 2010 I have been teaching some courses at TrinityLaban conservatoire and doing MA supervision at Goldsmiths College.
The little video on this page is from a small exhibition I curated at the Albany Deptford a little while ago and features work from the MA Sonic Arts at Middlesex from Tom Castle and Will Turner-Duffin.