Freya Zinovieff underwent her MFA at University of New South Wales. She holds a first class honors degree from Cambridge School of Art at Anglia Ruskin.
Her research looks at how sound can mediate relationships to landscapes in the Anthropocene age. She is interested by the potential for digital audio technologies to reimagine the contrary temporal narratives of digital media, deep, and cyclical conceptualizations of time, and how sonic art practices, such as graphic notation and sonic mapping can explore the junctions of human history and geo trauma.
Freya has received multiple awards, including an Endeavour Scholarship, she has exhibited her research across the globe, in various formats, from writing to choral singing, and has worked extensively as a curator.