Tim Bruniges is a musician, sound and visual artist working across a range of media. His works often take the form of site-responsive installations, using live input and regeneration to foreground the creative act of listening. 

Bruniges has exhibited works in Australia, USA, UK, Belgium, Germany, France, Iceland and Russia, and his work is held in numerous private collections and at Artbank Australia. His work has been written about in Hyperallergic, New York Magazine and The New York Times. 

Bruniges is a current PhD candidate and is the recipient of an Australian Postgraduate Award and Research Excellence award from UNSW. He holds a Master of Fine Arts from COFA, University of New South Wales and a Bachelor of Arts (Mus) with distinction from the University of Western Sydney. He was recently awarded the Greene St Studio artist residency in New York and was a finalist in the NSW Visual Arts Fellowship (Emerging) 2014/2016 and the John Fries Award 2014/2015. 

Bruniges has composed music for television and feature films and is a founding member of The Dead Sea. Bruniges also collaborates with artist Sarah Mosca on their site-specific sound project titled Survey of Sound. Their work has been shown nationally and internationally.

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