NigelHelyer  
 
Country:   Australia
URL:   http://www.sonicobjects.com
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Natural_World
Public_Space
Architecture
Sound_Artist_Function
Bells
2003_ASDP(Bandt)
Poetry
My childhood village contained two significant buildings, significant not for their formal qualities, they were both simple cottages, but because one had been the home of Halley, the astronomer and the other the home of William Blake the poet. Without being conscious of the fact, I grew up in a cosmos in which the arts and science were intertwined, it has marked my endeavours ever since. Nigel Helyer (a.k.a. Dr Sonique) is a Sydney based Sculptor and Sound Artist with an international reputation for his large scale sonic installations, environmental works and new media projects. He is a co-founder and commissioner of the žSoundCultureÓ organisation, a VACB fellow of the Australia Council an Honourary Associate in the Architecture Faculty of the University of Sydney and the winner of this yearŪs Helen Lempriere National Sculpture Award. Accessed 14.10.06 from http://www.sounddesign.unimelb.edu.au/web/biogs/P000561b.htm)
8 Selected Statements
      Worktype Info Year Country Admin
Din; Ding Dang Dong (1989 - ) Permanent Installation Seoul Olympic Park 1989 South Korea Edit
Silent Forest Installation SoundCulture 96,Falkirk Cultural Center, San Francisco. 1996 USA Edit
Host Environmentally Sensitive Installation Biennale of Electronic Arts, Perth, Western Australia 2002 Australia Edit
Chant Sound Sculpture and Temporary Installation Biennale of Electronic Arts, Perth, Western Australia 2002 Australia Edit
Meta-Diva Outdoor Installation, Permanent Installation Werribee Park, Victoria 2002 Australia Edit
Seed Audience Interactive Installation Biennale of Electronic Arts, Perth, Western Australia and NoiseFloor, Stanford University art Gallery 2003 2002 Australia Edit
Haiku Environmentally Sensitive Installation Boutwell Draper Galley, Redfern, NSW 2002 Australia Edit
GeneMusik Research The School of Anatomy and Human Biology, The University of Western Australia 2006 Australia Edit