Dr Camille Robinson

Academic Support Officer / Sessional Lecturer, Critical Series

As Academic Support Officer, Camille supports students in developing (or brushing up on) their academic skills – everything from essay writing, to research skills, organisation and planning, referencing and academic honesty, and preparing for exams.

As a Sessional Lecturer for the Critical Series of subjects with Alicia Brown, Camille helps students to develop their critical thinking skills, and apply them to their understanding of music and art, and issues pertaining to the creative industries.

Camille is an innovative sonic artist, composer, and researcher with a diverse creative practice. He makes music, sound art, and sound design, independently and to commission for clients in film, theatre, dance, and museums. His work is informed by classical, punk, jazz, pop, electronic and avant-garde musics, acoustic ecology, musique concrete, deep listening, and conceptual art.

Camille recently completed his PhD project Listening Art, in which he made sonic artworks that encourage people to think critically about the act of listening, and the effect that listeners’ own past experiences and assumptions ultimately have on art as perceived.