Caitlin Rowley is an Australian composer, artist and performer whose work often blurs the boundaries between music and visual art. She works in a range of media – from conventionally notated music to text scores, video, electroacoustic music, digital prints and collage – often combining several of these in a single piece.
Caitlin studied composition in Australia and the UK with teachers including Peter Sculthorpe, Errollyn Wallen, Paul Newland and Stephen Montague. She is currently working on her PhD querying the division of public and private in the private creative spaces of the composition studio and notebooks/sketchbooks through interdisciplinary composition, under the supervision of James Saunders and Robert Luzar at Bath Spa University.
She is a resident composer with the acclaimed London-based composer-performer collective Bastard Assignments, and lives in Kent.