Lecturer, Curator, & AHRC Research Fellow.
Patrick Farmer is a co-founder of Compost and Height, editor of the new-music journal Wolf Notes, founder of the Sound I’m Particular lecture series and Significant Landscapes Festival, and a curator of the audiograft festival. He teaches in Oxford and lives on the Malvern Hills. Farmer has published several books, such as ‘Azimuth, The Ecology of an Ear’, ‘Close Eclogues on Tiptoe’, and ‘Listening and its not’, and has written compositions for groups such as Apartment House and the Extradition Series. Festival appearances and residencies include The Wulf (Los Angeles), Ftarri (Tokyo), LMC (London), I & E (Dublin), Geiger (Gothenburg), The Proms (London), Blurred Edges (Hamburg), and Forestry Commission England (Cumbria). ‘To Suckle a Field of Monsters’, a new book about topopanalytic, is forthcoming.