2020, vinyl, glass, 8 loudspeakers, computer (light and generative sound installation), in collaboration with Mark Joyce, VISUAL Carlow, 23 July 2020 to 18 October 2020.
Tyndall's Blues is an artistic collaboration between visual artist Mark Joyce and composer Fergal Dowling which responds to the transparent skin of Visual Carlow, designed by Terry Pawson as, 'an intersecting assembly of translucent glass volumes that transforms throughout the day as light passes through the building skin.'
2014, for violin and harpsichord, 7'17". Recorded at Bifurcations, Smock Alley Theatre, Dublin, 5 December 2016, Larisa O'Grady, violin; Michael Quinn, harpsichord; Fergal Dowling, computer.
Mixed Synthetic Fabrics
2018, for piano and computer, 7'54". Recorded at Music Current Festival, Smock Alley Theatre, Dublin, 14 April 2018, Xenia Pestova, piano; Fergal Dowling, computer.
2016, five-movements for Baroque chamber ensemble, interactive electronics, surround sound and video, 50'00". Recorded, Smock Alley Theatre, Dublin, 8 April 2016.
Ground and Background
2017, for surround sound and four video screens, 10'00". Premiered at Music Current 2017 Festival, Smock Alley Theatre, Dublin, 29 April 2017.
2012, for organ, computer and surround sound, 10'02". Recorded at ReSounding Dublin, St Werburgh's Church, Dublin, 21 November 2012. Michael Quinn, organ; Fergal Dowling, computer
2014, for five instruments and computer, c. 15'00". Recorded at Tiger Dublin Fringe, Temple Bar Gallery & Studios, Dublin, 18 September 2014.
2011, for voice, viola, harpsichord, computer, 10'54". Recorded, Centre Culturel Irlandais, Paris, 12 April 2011; Garth Knox, viola; Bryan Quinn, voice; Michael Quinn, harpsichord; Fergal Dowling, computer
2008, for violin, double bass, organ, computer, 6'25". Recorded, St Teresa's Church, Dublin, 21 November 2008, Michael Quinn (organ), Fergal Dowling (computer), Marja Gaynor (violin), Mercedes Carroll (double bass).