- 1. To buy - always have a good supply of fresh, crunchy vegetables for maximum sonic fun 1.00 167 plays
- 2. To escape - always find the bookshop where you can drink coffee and read about sounds 5.00 99 plays
- 3. To eat - always pick a place with fine beers and a convivial atmosphere 0.26 55 plays
- 4. To marvel - always make some space in the everyday for the marvellous 1.46 55 plays
- Go to track To drink - always find a place to drink which is welcoming to soundartists and composers5. To drink - always find a place to drink which is welcoming to soundartists and composers 1.36 59 plays
- 1. The carrilon at K.U.Leuven Central Library on the Ladeuzeplein in Leuven, playing ABBA 2.40 86 plays
- 2. Frituur Fonske, Leuven 0.30 53 plays
- 3. Bicycles in Leuven 0.56 46 plays
- 4. "Make Sound Here" in Oxford 0.33 40 plays
- 5. Seagulls in Estonia 1.55 45 plays
- 6. Komposter 0.57 25 plays
- 7. The sound of the checkout at Morrisons 1.23 32 plays
- 8. Pneumatic change tubes at Jacksons 1.06 28 plays
- 9. Swans and geese near where the canal meets the Thames 1.05 32 plays
- 10. Robin singing beside the canal 1.45 65 plays
- 11. Frying an egg 3.10 63 plays
- 12. An aeroplane passing over our house 2.11 36 plays
- 13. The Best Coffee Shop in Tallinn 3.06 52 plays
Felicity celebrates everyday life through a playful and imaginative focus on sounds and listening. She is interested in linking sounds with material culture, and in using sound to animate, describe and explore the physical world. In her work, she seeks to link creative artistic practice to ordinary objects and concerns. A recipe or a shopping list becomes an instruction score; wallpaper becomes the basis for an imaginative sound-recording and composing project; and hand-knitting a sound-system becomes a way of connecting voices and sounds to specific landscapes and communities.
Since concluding her PhD in 2011, Felicity has been working full-time as a self-employed artist.
Felicity is currently working on commissions with the Museum of Domestic Design and Architecture (Sonic Wallpaper) and the British Film Institute and the Wellcome Library (creating a soundtrack for Bathing & Dressing Parts 1 and 2). In addition to these projects, she co-runs the Sound Diaries project with Paul Whitty and recently returned from a month-long residency at MoKS in Estonia, in which associated travel costs were covered by The British Council.