Nicholas Moynihan is a PhD student at the ANU School of Music. His research investigates the nature of sound in regard to the French philosopher Michel Henry's 'radical phenomenology of life'. He has previously studied an MFA at RMIT, where he specialized in sound art; and a BA at Deakin University, with majors in philosophy and religious studies. He is also a composer and sound artist. His reductionist compositions investigate silence, stasis, timelessness and the act of listening.
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