Vicki Hallett Ebb & Flow (2021)
Ebb & Flow is a sound exploration using underwater recordings of the Barwon River revealing aquatic bugs, fish and other hidden creatures. The ebb and flow of the cascades to the estuary, the intermingling of salt and fresh water where the eel passes on its migration urging the listener to reflect and contemplate.
Jacques Soddell The River (video, 2009)
Main video component of my sound, light & video installation at la trobe university visual arts centre, view st bendigo july 23 - aug 16 2009. Original sound was played through a 5.1 surround system.
In 2005 the architect Nikola Basic opened his incredible art project called the Sea Organ of Zadar (Morske Orgulje) which is a natural musical instrument that makes tones by the movement of the sea.
Andrea Polli - Sonic Antarctica (excerpt)
"Sonic Antarctica" features natural and industrial field recordings, sonifications and audifications of science data and interviews with weather and climate scientists. The areas recorded include: the "Dry Valleys" (77°30’S 163°00’E) on the shore of McMurdo Sound, 3,500 km due south of New Zealand, the driest and largest relatively ice-free area on the continent completely devoid of terrestrial vegetation. Another is the geographic South Pole (90°00’S), the center of a featureless flat white expance, on top of ice nearly 1.7 miles thick.
The "Sonic Antarctica" Project is a radio broadcast, live performance as well as a sound and visual installation. It features recordings of the Antarctic soundscape made during Andrea Polli’s seven-week National Science Foundation residency in Antarctica during the 2007/2008 season.