Ear Room

  • Craig Colorusso

    Craig Colorusso's installations often intersect sound, light and sculpture. His latest work Sun Boxes incorporates solar energy and twenty responsive PC boards/speakers. Read more
  • Cathy Lane/Her Noise

    Ear Room talk to curator and artist Cathy Lane about Her Noise: Feminisms and the Sonic, held on 3-5 May at Tate Modern, which investigates feminist discourses in sound. Read more
  • Brandon LaBelle

    The following interview was conducted with artist/writer Brandon LaBelle prior to the launch of his new publication Site of Sound Volume Two (Errant Bodies 2011). Read more
  • Christoph Cox/Luke Fowler

    This Guest Edition is curated by Christoph Cox and is titled Sound Cinema: Luke Fowler in conversation with Christoph Cox… Read more
  • Hildegard Westerkamp

    Ear Room interviews a pioneering figure within the field of soundscape studies and sound ecology. Read more
  • Steven Peters

    Steven Peters is a Seattle based sound artist/composer whose works are often site-specific, made with recorded sounds of an environment or through exploration of acoustic phenomena. Read more
  • Sarah van Sonsbeeck

    the Dutch artist's work is marked by a detailed attention to architectural perception, silence, noise, human interaction...and how to deal with noisy neighbours Read more
  • Photo: Stephan Mathieu

    Janek Schaefer

    Janek Schaefer is a UK based sound artist, musician and composer whose concerts and installations explore the spatial and architectural aspects of sound. Read more
  • London Sound Survey

    London Sound Survey

    The London Sound Survey is a sound mapping project using historical and present day maps, grid references and audio. Ear Room interviews its founder Ian Rawes. Read more
  • Jez Riley French

    Jez Riley French

    Mark Peter Wright (Ear Room) interviews Jez Riley French whose work focuses on the exploration of detail via intuitive composition, extended field recording techniques and photography. Read more