Pablo Sanz is an artist, composer and researcher based in Spain and Northern Ireland. His work includes site-determined and public art projects, immersive installations, multichannel live performances, exhibitions, releases, and pieces for broadcast and headphone listening. His practice is an open-ended investigation of listening, space-time, more-than-human agencies, aural vitality and otherness, with a focus on the limits and thresholds of perception and attention. Through a continuum of approaches, his environmental sound works explore the vibrant entanglements and creativity of human bodies, non-human creatures, energies, materials, spaces, and technologies, encouraging sensory ecological awareness. Listening becomes a political act, intended to resist dominant tendencies in contemporary societies, cultivating alternative forms of being and thinking.

on this show:
‘strange strangers’
commissioned for R{A}DIO{CUSTICA}, Czech Radio Vltava (Český rozhlas ČRo 3, winner of the Field Recording Category of the Phonurgia Nova Awards 2020)
‘aire’ (commissioned by the Spanish National Radio (RTVE) for Art’s Birthday 2020)