Motorway noise and sound transformation

In early 2017 I collaborated with Sarah Pink and Melisa Duque on the ethnographic component of the industry-funded project Acoustic design innovations for managing motorway traffic noise by cancellation and transformation. This was led by Dr Jordan Lacey of the RMIT School of Architecture and Design and funded by Transurban, and researched how innovative electronic sound transformation technology might shape how people experience motorway noise in their local communities. The report is now available here.

 A visitor enjoys the sound transformation in Charles Evans Reserve, Richmond.

A visitor enjoys the sound transformation in Charles Evans Reserve, Richmond.