I have written a paper describing in detail the technical and aesthetic processes adopted in the Exploded Sound and Significant Birds installations. The paper appears in the current issue of the online sound arts journal Divergence Press and can be found here.
In it I discuss technical aspects of my approach to spatialising individual partials of complex sounds, alongside the aesthetic aims, describing the research process and some conclusions that have been drawn from experiencing the works in situ. The discussion locates the work within my wider research on navigable sonic structures.
The issue, edited by Eric Lyon, is devoted to approaches to novel approaches to sound spatialisation and also features a paper on the ZKM Klangdom, for which I am currently composing a new piece, growing out of a month long residency in Karlsruhe last summer.