In 2015, Sebastiane curated the international symposium, Chalk: time, sense and landscape, bringing together artists and academics from archaeology, sound art, architecture, geology, film and visual culture.
Through his recent practice he has produced works for exhibition, performance, film and radio. Variations of his sound installation rain choir (2013), commissioned for Winchester Cathedral, have been performed and installed in galleries and museums across the UK and Europe. Recent exhibitions and performances include: APT Live 2018 (APT Gallery, London, 2018), Corpora Aliena (Iklectik Art Lab, London, 2018), It’s Eating You (IMT Gallery (London, 2015), Helicotrema, Museum Punta della Dogana (Venice, 2015) and Galerie Díra (Prague, 2014). His radio piece, It’s just where I put my words (2013), commissioned by BBC Radio 3 received wide coverage in national media, including The Guardian, The Independent and The Spectator.
He has delivered papers on his research at conferences in the UK and Eire: LOMA, CRiSAP/LCC, London, 2018, Transient Topographies (University of Ireland in Galway, 2018) He has also contributed to research publications most recently, the Sonic Materialities, edition of the Canadian online audio journal textsound.
Sebastiane has a strong interest in expanded cinema and his essay “Let’s hear what we can see”, accompanies the DVD of Guy Sherwin’s Optical Sound Films 1971-2007 (London: Lux, 2008). His sound works are published through Impulsive Habitat, Gruenrekorder and Very Quiet Records.