Skip to main content

Bruniges, Dr Tim Lecturer

Lecturer

  • Faculty of the Arts, Social Science and Humanities
  • School of the Arts, English and Media

Overview


Tim Bruniges is a Sydney based artist and musician working across a range of media, including installation, sound and video. Often taking the form of site-responsive installations, the works use live input, amplification and feedback to prompt the creative act of listening. Bruniges holds a Master of Fine Arts from COFA, University of New South Wales and a Bachelor of Arts (Mus) with distinction from the University of Western Sydney. He was recently awarded the Greene St Studio artist residency in New York, was a finalist in the NSW Visual Arts Fellowship (Emerging) 2014/2016 and the John Fries Award 2014/2015. His work has been written about in Hyperallergic, New York Magazine, The New York Times and he has exhibited works in Australia, USA, UK, Belgium, Germany, France, Iceland and Russia. Bruniges has composed music for television and feature films and was a founding member of Sydney based band The Dead Sea.

Research Overview


  • My primary field of interest is sound in the arts with a particular focus on the site-responsive use of live sound as source material for installation works. I recently completed a practice-based PhD at UNSW Art & Design entitled ‘Topological Sound Fields: a practice-based investigation into live sound installation', which adopts the language and principles of the mathematical field of topology to contribute new ways of thinking about how sound occupies space and time. Documentation of creative works and exhibition history can be found at www.timbruniges.com

Selected Publications


  • Other Publications

    Year Title
    2016
    2016
    2015
    2016
    2016
    2015
    2014
    2014
    2014

Potential Supervision Topics


    • Sound in the arts
    • Media arts
    • Music technology
    • Contemporary music production

Advisees


  • Graduate Advising Relationship

    Degree Research Title Advisee
    Master of Philosophy -LHA Sliding the Wave: The Influence and Application of Electric Slide Guitar Techniques on Music Composition Young, Alex

Research Overview


  • My primary field of interest is sound in the arts with a particular focus on the site-responsive use of live sound as source material for installation works. I recently completed a practice-based PhD at UNSW Art & Design entitled ‘Topological Sound Fields: a practice-based investigation into live sound installation', which adopts the language and principles of the mathematical field of topology to contribute new ways of thinking about how sound occupies space and time. Documentation of creative works and exhibition history can be found at www.timbruniges.com

Selected Publications


  • Other Publications

    Year Title
    2016
    2016
    2015
    2016
    2016
    2015
    2014
    2014
    2014

Potential Supervision Topics


    • Sound in the arts
    • Media arts
    • Music technology
    • Contemporary music production

Advisees


  • Graduate Advising Relationship

    Degree Research Title Advisee
    Master of Philosophy -LHA Sliding the Wave: The Influence and Application of Electric Slide Guitar Techniques on Music Composition Young, Alex
uri icon