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Callum O’Reilly

Quick Response Residency

Quick Response Residency

Callum O’Reilly’s residency project will focus on the creation and building of interactive sound/musical structures. He will experiment with psychoacoustic concepts, mechanical movement of sound sources and human sound interaction, with a particular interest in the playful and experimental ways that sound and music are experienced outside of typical concert environments. Drawing from music therapy, O’Reilly works to create a mindful atmosphere for the audience to be present. 

About the Artists

Callum O’Reilly is a composer and multimedia artist dedicated to crafting interactive and mindful musical experiences for the modern audience. By integrating lighting within interactive sound spaces, and blending elements of classical music, sound art and pop, his work extends our experience of music. Callum’s compositions aim to evoke dreamlike states, encouraging audiences to delve deeply into their inner world. Beyond his installation work, Callum has written for numerous renowned ensembles, including the Western Australian Symphony Orchestra.


PICA’s Studio Program is supported by PICA’s Art Ambassadors.