Bridget Johnson creates immersive sound installations and performances that heighten the audiences experience with spatial audio. Her work focuses on exploring the way sound can move through space and developing new interfaces to allow composers and performers to further explore expressivity through real time spatialisation in their work. Her installations explore these themes in combination with site-specificity and abstraction of time.
Bridget received a PhD from Victoria University of Wellington working with both the School of Engineering and Computer Science and the New Zealand School of Music. She is a Senior Lecturer and the Major Coordinator for Music Technology at College of Creative Arts, Massey. Her works have been shown in the United States, Europe, Singapore, South Korea, Australia and New Zealand.