Since my early experiments with sound and new musical forms I've been interested in radio art, its conceptual and social dimensions, the promise of radio. The wealth of discourse in the radiophonic arts never runs out. I like to revisit and reshape the historical forms and concepts, to reinterpret themes for the current era. My own interests converge on ideas around sound, silence and political constructions of voice and language, on how such constructions affect identity and how channels of communication are controlled and directed and finally on what sound collage might be. I'm particularly interested in a consideration of the recording chain as a form of sympathetic magic, in opposition to the numerous theories being spewed out by the Sound Studies factory every other week. Were it not for the importance of electroacoustic music and field recordings in my work I'd probably look at what I do with radio as extended literature.
I've begun to re-catalogue and uploading selected radio works which you can listen to on my new Soundcloud pages.