Samm Anga (b. 1997) is a Nigerian-born multimedia artist specialising in sound art and the moving image. A Masters student on the Sound Arts course at London College of Communication; he is constantly having to question the multi-faceted identity of sound in the Anthropocene – how the sounds of nature become an intrusion to urban life, how the crunch of plastic underscores global decay.
Sound and Motion: Arash Akbari Bridges Worlds
Iranian artist Arash Akbari’s newest work Sonomotion blends hypnotic visuals with experimental tracks to examine the ways that sound [...]