Laura Selby (b. 1991) is a London-based sound artist and violinist, with a background working in sound and music design for film, TV, immersive platform and theatre.
Her research focuses on sonic contamination and the interconnection between the biological networks within and beyond us, that make up our way of being. Using listening led methods, Laura is interested in developing experiences that move audiences towards deeper relational understanding and care.
Sonic Contamination – A Meditation - Tate Modern, London, 30th June 2023
Temporal Space Spactial Performance - IKLECTIK, London, 26th July 2023
Past Selected Works:
MYcorrhizal - IRCAM forum 2023, Centre Pompidou, Paris, FR (2023)
Catalyst - Co-designer for the multimedia installation, for the Textile Circulatory Centre of research-Royal College of Art, Regenerative Fashion Hub, The Lab E20 London, UK (2022)
A Room with a View - Co-designer for ' multimedia sensory installation, LG-Royal College of Art, LUMINOUS competition, Old Street Gallery, London, UK (2022)
MYcelium - IRCAM forum workshop 2022, Centre Pompidou, Paris, FR (2022)
Shirley Dawn - Music Composer and Field Recording work, 16 channel spatial sound piece, Immersive Audio Conference, University of Gloucestershire, UK (2021)
More Than Concrete - Audio Visual collaborative artist piece for The Albany and Foreign Body Productions. (2020)
Birth Rites - Original Music and Sound Installation for Stiliyana Minkovska Artist in Residence Show at The London Design Museum (2019)