Dr Jordan Lacey is an Australian Research Council fellow and senior lecturer across RMIT University’s School of Design and School of Art. He specialises in artistic research and soundscape design.
- Art & Design Research Fellow
- Editorial duties: Journal Sonic Studies; Unlikely Journal of Creative Arts.
PhD in Architecture & Design (Urban Soundscapes)
Bachelor of Applied Science
Graduate Diploma in Education
Bachelor of Arts
Certificate IV in Training and Assessment
Jordan is a practicing sound artist and musician, with a history of sound performance in Melbourne and Sydney in a variety of genres. He has performed in a number of locations around Australia and is currently engaged in the creation of soundscape compositions and sonic philosophies in a variety of contexts.
In his ten years' secondary school teaching he has built experience in the TAFE system, private and public schooling, and remote area teaching in the Northern Territory.
He has presented research on separate occasions to Landscape Architects at the City of Melbourne, and to the RMIT Design Research institute’s Material Symposium. Jordan has had a number of publications, conferences, installations and grants and spent a number of years travelling through Asia, Europe and Australia.
In 2010, he completed an internship as a Research Assistant at SIAL Sound Studios, where he completed a scoping exercise in Acoustic Ecology (Sites-of-Respite research).
Jordan is a member of the Australian Forum for Acoustic Ecology, and Australian Computer Music Association.
- Zhao, S.,Qiu, X.,Lacey, J.,Maisch, S. (2019). Configuring fixed-coefficient active control systems for traffic noise reduction In: Building and Environment, 149, 415 - 427
- Pink, S.,Lacey, J.,Harvey, L.,Sumartojo, S.,Duque Hurtado, M.,Moore, S. (2019). Recycling traffic noise: transforming sonic automobilities for revalue and well being In: Mobilities, 14, 233 - 249
- Lacey, J.,Pink, S.,Harvey, L. (2019). Noise transformation: A critical listening-based methodology for the design of motorway soundscapes In: Qualitative Research Journal, 19, 49 - 64
- Lacey, J.,McLeod, R.,Anderson, C.,Khoo, C. (2018). Touchstone: a discussion of a digitally integrated artwork designed to facilitate community engagement In: Proceedings of the 2017 Responsive Cities/Active Public Space Symposium, Barcelona, Spain, 13-14 November 2017
- Lacey, J. (2018). Conjoining Artistic Practice and Community Voice In: NiTRO Australia
- Lacey, J.,Khoo, C.,Anderson, C.,Hannam, J. (2018). Sound Fountain In: University Square Public Art Commission Melbourne, Australia
- Clover, C.,Lacey, J.,de Kretser, K.,Graeve, M. (2018). Fielding In: Wonderment Walk Melbourne, Australia
- Lacey, J.,Pink, S.,Harvey, L.,Qiu, X.,Sumartojo, E.,Zhao, S.,Moore, S.,Duque Hurtado, M. (2017). RMIT Acoustic design innovations for managing motorway traffic noise by cancellation and transformation In: Transurban Group Melbourne, Australia
- Lacey, J.,McLeod, R.,Anderson, C.,Khoo, C. (2017). Touchstone In: Touchstone Clyde North, Australia
- Lacey, J.,Moore, S.,Pink, S.,Zhao, S.,Harvey, L.,Qiu, X.,Sumartojo, S.,Maisch, S. (2017). Soundscape design of motorway parkland environments - transformation, cancellation, and ethnography In: Proceedings of the 2nd�Invisible Places International Symposium 2017, S�o Miguel Island, Azores, Portugal, 7-9 April 2017
1 PhD Current Supervisions and 1 Masters by Research Current Supervisions
- Translating ambiance: restorative sound design for urban soundscapes. Funded by: ARC Discovery Early Career Researcher Award (DECRA) 2019 from (2019 to 2022)