Jonathan Packham (1995—) or SALINGER is a composer, researcher, performer and curator based in Oxford, UK.   

 
Copper House Music: A Sonic Response to the Piper Gallery Space (16.11.19)

‘What Does the Future Hold?’ - Panel Discussion at Future Music Mini-Festival, RNCM (13.06.19)

‘Virtual Reality +’ - Session at Future Music Mini-Festival, RNCM (13.06.19)

‘Old Frogs, New Tricks: Technology and Identity in a New Collaborative Work’ - Paper given at RMA Study Day: The Classical Musician in the 21st Century, University of Cambridge (23.05.19)

THROWN (ACROSS) and the Composer-Performer (26.04.19)

FAD Magazine Preview of Digital Bodies Exhibition with MaloMalo (14.11.18)

‘Nonlinear Reading in the Context of Several 360° Video Scores’ - Poster Presentation at the Centre for New Music at Sheffield (CeNMas) Composers’ Conference (28.04.18)

Review of MILLIONS OF PEOPLE, AROUND THE WORLD (07.06.17)

look around you (2017): Performative Nonlinearity in the Context of a Virtual Reality Mobile Score’ - Paper Given at Van Mildert College MCR Research Forum (02.03.17)

Anti-virtuosity/anti-flow: a Czikszentmihalyian examination of Michael Baldwin’s a tenuous/tentative step towards performative awkwardness / clumsiness (2013) (21.01.17)

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