Tim Shaw

Tim Shaw

Tim Shaw is an artist working predominantly with sound. He presents work through musical performances, installations, walks and site-responsive interventions. Collaboration is central to his approach, he has been lucky enough to make artistic work with Chris Watson, Phill Niblock, Tetsuya Umeda, Dirty Electronics, John Bowers, Tess Denman-Cleaver, Jacek Smolicki and S√©bastien Piquemal. Recently his […]

Helen Frosi

Helen Frosi

Helen Frosi is an artist and curator who has found herself in many roles, inside and outside of the art world. Her work is preoccupied with the idea of the gift, especially within collaborative and cross-disciplinary practice, and motivated by an interest in the creative, social, and political dimension of sound. In 2010 Helen founded […]

Tony Doyle

Tony Doyle

Tony is a creative digital artist, with experience ranging across academic work and professional practice. Originally from a pure music background (classical and jazz performance/composition), his practice has become focused on digital arts. Since being introduced to computer music during his masters studies, he continued to develop this interest for sonic and coding intersections during […]

Sam Underwood

Sam Underwood

Sam Underwood is a musician, sound artist and musical instrument designer. His work in musical instrument design focuses on the development of new musical instruments; predominantly acoustic and mechanical, with a particular penchant for those in the bass/sub-bass register. One of the central aims of his work in creating new musical instruments is to develop […]

Minoru Sato

Minoru Sato

Minoru Sato is a sound artist with an interest in acoustic phenomena, explored in the form of installations, multiples, performances and texts. Since 1989, he has presented work under the name “m/s”, establishing his own label called “WrK” for creative activities in 1994. in addition, he also produces sound works under the name SASW, collaborative […]

Andie Brown

Andie Brown

Andie Brown is a musician from London. An interest in sound and experimentation led Andie to begin working as These Feathers Have Plumes in 2007, creating sonic landscapes using traditional and non-traditional instrumentation (primarily glass), found-sound and field recordings. Andie has performed solo in the UK and Europe. Additionally, Andie has collaborated live with artists […]