Recent & Selected Projects

In the Field 2

In July 2024, Julian will be presenting at In the Field 2: A three day event exploring the themes, issues and practices of contemporary field recording. Full details and tickets are available from the Crisap website

Mean Sea Level

In late October 2023, Julian performed Mean Sea Level at Zero Parameters festival, Huddersfield, UK. Part of the Outlands Network Exchange with Sound Art Brighton

Post-glacial rebound in the Åland Islands

In late Summer 2023, Julian conducted bathymetric fieldwork correlating sea level rise with isostatic uplift on the South-Eastern fringes of the Åland Islands. Many thanks to the Åland Cultural Delegation for makiing this possible.

Protocols of Listening: Reflections on the Development of an Interactive Digital Platform for Cross-Disciplinary Sound Research

An invited contribution for Resonance: The Journal of Sound and Culture, this paper presents six separate but connected understandings of a digital platform of listening vocabularies and protocols produced in the context of Listening Across Disciplines II, (LxDII) a cross- and transdisciplinary research project funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council, UK (AHRC), conducted by the authors from 2018 to 2022. 

The paper is freely accessible at

Future Audition @ Sonorities Festival on YouTube

Julian gave a paper entitled  'Future Audition: listening to promises of 'unlimited power for the indefinite future' at the 2022 edition of Sonorities Festival, Belfast, Northern Ireland. View the talk on You Tube

Bar de Água 

In 2024, Julian will be opening a Bar de Água as part of his residency at Binaural Nodar, Vouzela, Portugal 


Julian is very pleased to have had a forthcoming project supported by LOM audio under their LOM+you initiative. 

Details coming soon…

Acoustic Commons Exhibition

Nearly Present, Julian's Full of Noises commission, was installed in Aix-en-Provence as part of the closing event of the Acoustic Commons project.

Outwork - Installation at Newhaven Fort closes, Spring 2024

Outwork proposes a defensive imaginary for Newhaven Fort; one in which it can monitor sonic events across the locale, where its provision for coastal auditon could play an role alongside the National Costalwatch; which rose to fill the gap left by the ‘rationalisation and modernisation’ of the Coastguard.

Outwork was installed at Newhaven Fort, East Sussex, UK between Autumn 2018 and Spring 2024.