Jacqueline Waldock is a sound artist and academic working in the UK, based in Manchester. Her work intersects creative practice, as a soundscape composer and sonic ethnographic practice.
Jacqueline’s academic and artistic works question urban space and how sounds are perceived, understood and mediated. She has written about her practice in several peer review journals and presented work at international conferences.
Jacqueline has recently worked on community centric sonic art projects with NEXUS, FACT, Liverpool University and 42nd street amongst others.
Horsfall space 2015
“When you get lost in a really strange place, nothing is more comforting than having found your
friend whom you trust and can show the way.”
― Toba Beta, My Ancestor Was an Ancient Astronaut
A three year funded project by AHRC using soundscape composition as an ethnographic tool for understanding sonic urban environmental change. During the process local residents of the streets produce hours of recordings capturing their personal sound environment