Glenn Remington

Name  Glenn Remington
Current Role(s)  Technical Supervisor
 Film & Digital Art


Glenn Remington is a Sound Artist interested in noise. His work explores the potential beauty found in sonic detritus. With the performance of 50 Hz (2005) and 50 Hz + 55 Hz (2007), his current research revolves around the use of multiple low frequency sine waves to create a dense sonic field that emphasizes the physical properties and presence of sound.

His work has been exhibited in CCNOA Brussels Belgium, MILIA Cannes France, Experimenta Australia, D>Art Sydney and at the Art Gallery of NSW.

Current projects include a CD of sound works and experimenting with multichannel sound.


The Sound of Failure, Factory Theatre, Sydney, 2008

The Sound of Failure, Don't Look Gallery, Sydney, 2007

Opening of Early Fabricated, Peloton, Sydney, 2005

War on Art Part II, Batty Street Gallery, Sydney, 1995


Early Fabricated, CCNOA, Brussels, Belgium, 2006

Early Fabricated, Tracer Projects, Toowoomba, 2006

Early Fabricated, Ocular Lab, Melbourne, 2005

Early Fabricated, Peloton, Sydney, 2005

Who do we think we are?, SCA Galleries, Sydney, 2005

It's a Four Letter Word, Loveshack, Sydney, 2005

D>art99, Artspace, Sydney 1999

Landed, SCA Galleries, Sydney, 1996

Landlines, SCA, Sydney, 1996

The Creative Edge, Biennale of Sydney, Art Gallery of NSW, Sydney, 1996

Byte, SCA, Sydney, 1995

ext.264, Art Gallery of NSW, Sydney, 1994

Show & Tell, Allen Street Gallery, Sydney, 1994


Vivid Fragments, CD-Rom by Mahalya Middlemist, 2005
Additional sound by Glenn Remington

Strange Cities, CD-Rom by Tatiana Pentes, 1999
Interface design by Glenn Remington


The Sound of Failure, ed. Roseman, J, SCAfold November 2007

Baxter, V., 2005, Missing, Reel Time April/May

Kiley, D., 2000, Segue, stretto, strafe & sashay, Reel Time August/September

Spender, L., 2000, Seventh heaven for AIMA gongs, The Australian

McPhee, J., 1997, No Business Like Shoe Business, The Sydney Morning Herald

Landed, ed. Acevedo, C., SCA, The University of Sydney, 1996


Australian Teachers of Media (ATOM) Award for Strange Cities CD-Rom with Tatina Pentes 2000

Australian Interactive Multimedia Industry (AIMIA) Award for Strange Cities CD-Rom with Tatiana Pentes 2000

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