Sonic phenomenologies studies how we experience sound. Our research questions how sound influences our experiences, how sound communicates and what it means to us. Our work explores soundscapes of the everyday (those in the world around us), as well as sounds within music, art and cinema.
An AHRC Funded Project which aims to investigate if spatial thinking can provide new understandings of the audiovisual Audiovisual Space: Recontextualising Sound-Image Media, is an AHRC Funded Leadership Fellowship project led by Dr Andrew Knight-Hill, which aims to investigate if spatial thinking can provide new understandings of the audiovisual. The project engages a combination of ethnographic interviews with […]