Sound Art



Random Order is a collective of four artists whose practices expand from sculpture, film, performance into new technologies and immersive environments. Sound plays a role in our individual practices but becomes the primary medium in our collective. Random Order's projects seek to understand how sound affects the human perception of the spaces we interact with and the way we go about our everyday lives. We interrogate sound’s potential to relate to the environment and open up both universal and individual stories and histories. Through exploring the acoustics of sound we deal with its physical properties, further implicating a direct engagement with matter. Random Order uses a wide array of processes in its diverse projects including DIY sound kits, field recording and both analogue and digital processes. By merging and cross-referencing new technologies and craft devices we propose heuristic assemblages that create sound bridges between cultures, processes and different modes of expression.

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Christiana Kazakou is a multidisciplinary artist based in London. Her artistic practice explores the interconnectedness and open-ended dialogue between art and science by combining scientific concepts, laws and theories from different disciplines with arts

Lauren Franklin is an artist from the Bay Area, California who is interested in relationships between time, form and space. Working with film, new media, and technology, she is curiously examining our perceptions of the world around

Aga Tamiola is a multimedia artist whose practice encompasses sculpture, installation, printmaking and sound in order to explore aspects of loss and identity. Her work is heavily research driven and she has worked closely with linguists, ethnographers and neuroscientists.

Sean Erickson works in sound, video, photography and writing to explore the constraints of modern culture and the feelings of alienation, isolation and loneliness that persist while technology strives to brings us closer