Julian Day

Julian Day is an artist, composer and writer/broadcaster. He treats sound as a political phenomenon that queries proximity, agency and territory, evidenced in two site-responsive projects: Super Critical Mass in which temporary communities undertake homogeneous sonic tasks and An Infinity Room in which matching synthesizers instigate ‘turbulent geometry’ within the air. Day has presented work at Whitechapel Gallery, Museum of Contemporary Art and Monash University Museum of Art. He won the ARTAND Australia Credit Suisse Contemporary Art Award, an Australia Council Creative Australia Fellowship and British Council’s Realize Your Dream. He presents New Music Up Late on ABC Classic FM.


See more by Julian Day:


Conflict, Contagion and Community: Collective Action Through Sound


Pop Will Eat Itself: Hidden cycles of exchange in contemporary sound


The culture of copying: Monetary value and exploitation. An interview with Johannes Kreidler


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