Amplified sculpture and soundtrack for Cape Farewell at The Bodliean Library, Oxford, December 2005, The Eden Project December 2007
“The Ship - The Art of Climate Change”
Kinetic sculpture with dynamic Max/MSP processing and soundtrack at The Natural History Museum June-August 2006,
John Moore University, Liverpool September 2006, Kampnagel Hamburg April-May 2007, then touring until 2010.
Excerpt from “Isfjorden”, “Arctic” CD, Max Eastley, Dave Hunt
Soundscape for “Burning Ice” Exhibition, Folkestone October-November 2007
Soundscape at the Eden Project, November 2007-January 2008
Installation for “Christmas at The South Bank” December 2007
“The Magic Hour” collective performance at Oxford Botanical Gardens, September 2008.
“Gone With the Wind” sonic installation at Raven Row , June 2011.
“Seed” headphone soundtrack production and installation at the Eden Project December 2009
“Leaf” for Nissan. Sonic composition for touring installation, Scandinavia, October 2012
Audiograft. Aeolian sculpture, March 2013. http://www.audiograft.com
“Audible Forces” Amplified aeolian sculpture, part of touring project for Oxford Contemporary Music
and Without Walls. Summer 2013. http://www.ocmevents.org/ocm/events/audibleforces
Installations, performances and sound design.
Kinetic sculpture with ambisonic Max/MSP processing, for Reading Arts, at the Hindu Temple. September 2003, Riga October 2005. Video shooting and editing of Reading installation.
for Cape Farewell, production/composition. 2007.
Performances of “Arctic” at John Moore University, Liverpool September 2006, Hamburg Planetarium April 2007, Millenium Park, Chicago November 2007, Madrid November 2011 (including editing of accompanying video).
“Seed 01”, Max Eastley, Dave Hunt
“Seed 02”, Max Eastley, Dave Hunt
“Seed” 03”, Max Eastley, Dave Hunt
I have known Max for over 30 years. I first met him working on an album with Peter Cusack, finally released as “Day for Night” after a long gestation. Later there were projects and records with with him, Steve Beresford and David Toop. In the last ten years we have collaborated on many projects.
From 2010 to 2013 he was a Research Fellow at Oxford Brooks University under an AHRC award, subject “Aeolian Sound”.