My work has been shown both nationally and internationally and uses the medias of phonics, text, film, performance ,object changing and drawing to make interface solutions to creative and site / circumstance specific problems.My body of work engages to discover the links between the internal tourist and the external explorer and embrace of a sense of evolution and eradication of a problem that goes way beyond cultural breakdown, addressing the problem with an end of a system and engages with the redevelopment of the sense of hearing as a learning tool and an awareness machine.
I was awarded the Arts Council England International Artists Scheme Funding for my new piece “The Doberman Variations “which is now a book and the world’s largest download code and inventor of a research project called “Life Echo “ turning the memories of people at the end of their life and for those in vulnerable areas into sound as a provision of care service, which is now developing into a new sound alternative for health benefits.
Programmes featuring Justin Wiggan
It has introduced me to lots of new people, that I may not have otherwise met. I've learned new skills and improved my confidence by creating a radio show and presenting on stage. And felt well supported through everything I've done with SourceHayley M, Penryn
I've produced some content for it (Source) during the lockdown, and I train students to make radio and help them get involved in Source FM, one of my PhD researchers uses it for his work too. It's a really important resource that brings people together and helps us get more people able to make audio.Abigail W, Falmouth
Just stumbled across this station whilst scrolling - loving it! Listening in SE London xHeather