D.A. Calf

Australia (residence)
research interests: sound, sonic materialism, Spatial Practice, archival practice, balkan history, french history, Language, serialisation, contested territories, Memory culture, memory politics, Sound Design, the quotidian, composition, memory, time studies, geology, archaeology
affiliation: Doctoral Candidate - RMIT University, Melbourne, AU

D.A.Calf is a sound and installation artist, researcher, composer, field recordist, producer based in Melbourne, Australia. His research interests lie in explorations of memory, place, erasure and trace, especially in their relationship to sound, history, geography and language. These investigations are presented variously through sonic cartography, publication, installation, and archival work. He is a current Doctoral Candidate in the RMIT School of Art (Melbourne, AU) and holds a B.A (Hons) Fine Art (Sound Art & Spatial Sculpture) from RMIT University and a B.A. (Philosophy & Politics) from the University of Newcastle (AU).


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