Tim Bruniges is a musician and visual artist. His works take the form of site-responsive installations that foreground sound as an inherently public and inclusive phenomenon. 

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

Bruniges was recently awarded a PhD for his research on live sound installation practice and was the recipient of an Australian Postgraduate Award and Research Excellence award from UNSW Art & Design. He also holds a Master of Fine Arts from COFA, UNSW and a Bachelor of Arts (Mus) with distinction from the University of Western Sydney. 

He is currently an artist in residence at ISCP, New York awarded by the Australia Council for the Arts and has twice been a finalist in both the NSW Visual Arts Fellowship (Emerging) 2014/2016 and the John Fries Award 2014/2015. 

Bruniges composes music, creates scores and sound design for television and feature films and was a founding member of The Dead Sea. He 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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