Jordan Lacey is a creative practitioner, transdisciplinary researcher and musician, who specialises in soundscape design and the creation of public sound art installations. Throughout his musical and artistic practice Lacey has applied the hiddensounds term to bring attention to those sounds, seemingly hidden from our sensory apparatus, which are surfaced through sonic art experimentation for the creation of evocative experiences.

He is the author of numerous sound-based publications including Sonic Rupture (Bloomsbury 2016). Jordan was recently awarded the RMIT Award for Research Excellence for his urban installation works.

His most recent achievement is the award of a DECRA titled Translating Ambiance, to continue his research into the possibilities of publicly situated sound art.

 

 

 
Touchstone.   An integrated artwork funded by the City of Casey. Creative team: Jordan Lacey, Ross McLeod, Charles Anderson and Chuan Khoo.

Touchstone. An integrated artwork funded by the City of Casey. Creative team: Jordan Lacey, Ross McLeod, Charles Anderson and Chuan Khoo.