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Dugal McKinnon, James Murphy and Mo H. Zareei. ‘Lost Oscillations: Exploring a City’s Space and Time with an Interactive Auditory Art Installation.’ International Conference on Auditory Display. Canberra: 2016. Awarded best paper at ICAD 2016 on the basis of peer reviews.
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‘Dead Silence: ecological silencing and environmentally engaged sound-art’. Leonardo Music Journal, 23.
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‘Centrifugal, Centripetal: Electroacoustic Music in New Zealand’. In Home, Land and Sea: Situating Music in Aotearoa/New Zealand, ed. Keam, G. and Mitchell, T. (Auckland: Pearson Education NZ, 2011)
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‘The water sounds today like it did yesterday’. Essay for Prior, D., Black Water, Brown Water [CD] (Dartington: Acts of Language, 2009)
‘Acousmatics and the language of the technological sublime’. Paper presented at the Electronic Music Society conference, Leicester, June 2007
‘Spectral Memories: the Aesthetics of the Phonographic Recording’. Paper presented at the Sound as Art conference, Aberdeen (Scotland), Nov 2006. Published online in Hz #12
‘Spectral memories: radio, records and John Cousins’ Sleep Exposure’. In Canzona, 25/46 (2004), pp.30-35
‘Other Notes: Jack Body’s Alley’. In East by South: China in the Australasian Imagination (Wellington: Victoria University Press, 2005)
‘Little Earth: Sound, Cinema, Sci-Fi and Space’. In London Fieldworks: Little Earth (London: London Fieldworks, 2005)
‘Access and accessibility: new music and young composers in Aotearoa’. In Music in New Zealand, 32 (Autumn 1996), pp.6-7, 73
‘Sourcing the subjective – an interview with John Young’. In Canzona, 6/37 (1994), pp.46-48