Dr Lacey’s research is located at the interface of sonic arts and urban design, investigating the role of sound installations in creative cities leading to improved social health and wellbeing.
Sonic rupture; taxonomy of effects; studio practice.
His research focuses on soundscape design that involves site-specific sound installations that seek to augment existing sonic conditions. His expertise is in the area of performative installation works, theoretical investigations of non-urban sonic effects and acoustic analyses.
Dr Lacey has well-established external networks, which include links across government, the arts, environmental and cultural groups as well as private architectural and design practices. From 2012-14 he was President of the Australian Forum for Acoustic Ecology, during which time he established connections with Australian-based internationally recognized sonic practitioners.
Dr Lacey was awarded a Vice-Chancellor’s Postdoctoral Fellowship in 2015 and is based in the School of Architecture and Design.
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