This paper presents a practice-based project being undertaken as part of a PhD research program at the CRiSAP Research Unit (Creative Research into Sound Arts Practice), London College of Communication. The project involves the development of a
database of ‘sound art’ presented in an immersive installation environment, allowing a ‘post-convergent’  experience of this ‘minor’ art history. Research activity has oscillated between a focus upon the technical means of delivering such a creative
work, and a study of broader contemporary philosophy acting to inform and problematicise such an endeavor.