Gilles Aubry is a sound artist, musician and researcher. In his performances and sound installations, he explores cultural, historical and formal aspects of sound production and reception as well as sound as an alternative to visual media. He investigates listening and sound practices and their functions within power structures and ideologies. His most recent projects include the exhibition Communism of Waves, the performance Black A(n)thena (both 2018), and the audio essay The Gramophone Effect (2017).
As of November 2018