Professor Joseph Hyde
Joseph Hyde is interested in music’s place in an interdisciplinary landscape. In particular, he has engaged with audiovisual performance and visual music since the mid 1990s, as an artist and a writer. He has undertaken a project on the unique musical notation used by animation pioneer Oskar Fischinger, and in his creative practice he has focused on the use of ‘obsolete’ technologies, such as cathode ray tubes, oscilloscopes and analogue (audio and video) synthesisers.
Since 2009, he has run a symposium on visual music at the Bath Spa University called Seeing Sound.