Dugal McKinnon

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    Dugal McKinnon is Deputy Director of the New Zealand School of Music – Te Kōkī at Victoria University of Wellington where he teaches sonic art and composition, and directs the Lilburn Studios for Electronic Music. He has been a resident artist at IEM (Graz, Austria) and ZKM (Karlsruhe, Germany), and STEIM (Amsterdam, NL). His artistic research spans instrumental and vocal composition, electronic music, sound and installation art. As a scholar he has a particular interest in the ecological and material dimensions of sound-based art and electronic music.


    Dugal McKinnon is a composer of electronic, instrumental and multimedia work, a sound artist and a writer on contemporary music. He is the director of the Lilburn Electroacoustic Music Studios at the New Zealand School of Music (Wellington, NZ). Together Dugal and Sophie direct Now Future, an organisation founded in 2009 to foster interdisciplinary research and production at the intersection of art and ecology.

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  • Wellington

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