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Daniel Blinkhorn is an independent composer, digital media artist and field recordist currently residing in Sydney, Australia.
Although often working in the electroacoustic and videophonic domains, daniel ‘s output includes chamber, symphonic and wind orchestra works, sound installations, music for film, dance, radiophonic composition and various hybrid/ digital-media environments.
His works are widely performed, exhibited and presented internationally, and his compositions have received numerous international and national composition citations. He is a 2011 Churchill Fellow (Winston Churchill Memorial Trust, Australia) and has worked in a wide variety of creative, academic, research and performative contexts. He's also the representative member/ councilor for composition at Music Australia (2012 – 2018) and has been a visiting scholar/ artist at the University of Virginia, Music Department, the Conservatory of Music, University of Kansas City Missouri, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver and faculty member for ‘Ecosono Alaska’, a joint initiative between Ecosono Institute and Alaska Pacific University, Anchorage, Alaska, and CMMAS (Centro Mexicano para la Música y las Artes Sonoras) Mexico.
He has undertaken numerous composition residencies, and self-directed recording intensives internationally (La Muse En Circuit, Paris, ZKM| Center for Art and Media, Institute for Music and Acoustics, Germany, CMMAS – Centro Mexicano para la Música y las Artes Sonoras, Mexico, Centre de Arts, Montreal and Visby international Centre for Composers, Sweden,) and is an ardent location and environmental sound recordist, where he has embarked upon a growing number of expeditions throughout the high Arctic/ North Pole region of Svalbard, Africa, Amazon, West Indies, Northern Europe, Middle East, Alaska, Mexico, Cuba and Australia .
Daniel is entirely self-taught in electroacoustic and digital music, however formally formally studied composition, the creative and digital arts at a number of Australian universities including, the School of Art and Deign (formally ‘COFA’) – UNSW and the University of Wollongong, Faculty of Creative Arts where his doctoral degree was recommended for special commendation. Other degrees include a BMus (hons), MMus, and a MA(r)Wide ThumbClearartFanartBanner User Comments