Live Particle have a sonic work in an Installation called Fielding. It is part of a collaborative science project funded by an ARC Linkage Grant entitled Designing Green Spaces for Biodiversity and Human Well-Being. The project is conducted by scientist Sarah Bekessy and her team at Sustainability and Urban Planning RMIT University.
Clarke & Maling's work is part of Fielding - a sound art research collaboration between Catherine Clover & Jordan Lacey that forms the creative sonic component of Bekessy's research.
Fielding concerns the role of sound in the greening of urban spaces and how this can impact the well-being of people, animals and plants in the urban environment.
There's still time to visit the installation...
RMIT University city campus. The Sunken Courtyard is on the east side of the campus, close to Russell Street and along north wall of the old Melbourne gaol. Accessible 24 hours, sound runs from 8am-9pm daily. Map to the courtyard here