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In 2015 Tim Ivanic (geologist/artist) approached James Cave (composer) with a proposal to work on ideas which could help turn geology into music. James enlisted the support of Jude Brereton (audio and sound technology expert) to help with the sonification of data in this project. In addition, musician and geologist participants have the opportunity to input in their own ways into the works.

Organizers

James Cave (Department of Music, University of York; York Minster), Tim Ivanic (Geological Survey of Western Australia; University of Sydney), Jude Brereton (Department of Electronics, University of York)

Performers

James Cave (Department of Music, University of York; York Minster); Supriya Nagarajan (Mansamitra); Ben Eyes (Department of Music, University of York); Hugo Janacek (York Minster);

Participants/contributors

Ben Eyes (Department of Music, University of York)

Daniel Patrick Quinn (One More Grain, Isle of Lewis)

Fawna Korhonen (Geological Survey of Western Australia)

Carina Fearnley (Lecturer, Science and Technology Studies, University College London)

John Sanderson (Masters student, Department of Electronics, University of York)

Ann Warde (Department of Music, University of York)

Hugo Janacek (York Minster; University of Oxford)

Jake Thompson-Bell (Lecturer, Leeds College of Music)

Naomi Cousins (PhD student, Leeds College of Music)

Gillian McCay (Cockburn Geological Museum, School of Geosciences, University of Edinburgh)