JORDAN LACEY

 

Jordan Lacey is a creative practitioner and transdisciplinary researcher, who specialises in environmental design and the creation of public art installations. Throughout his practice Lacey has applied the hiddensounds term to consider how sounds, typically hidden from our sensory apparatus, can be brought to the surface through sonic art experimentation to create new and evocative experiences.

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

Hiddensounds is the name given to Jordan's broader sound-based works and experimentations. It acts as both sonic consultancy and artistic practice related to public art installations, urban sound design, and soundscape composition and performance. This has recently segued into an innovative environmental design technique called noise transformation, which provides for the creation of vibrant and restorative urban soundscapes. The technique has been applied in outdoor and indoor environments in both art and design funded works. Visit the installations page for a history of successfully completed industry, government and university projects.

 

 

 
   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.