Dr Ros Bandt is a pioneering sound artist, composer, performer, sound sculptor, designer and instrument builder, curator, sound researcher and scholar. She has created a unique and globally recognised body of work over four decades, with some 40 major installations, sound sculptures and numerous intercultural and inter-disciplinary collaborations.
Through her art, she has approached a wide array of acoustic spaces, from water tanks and industrial stacks to vast landscapes and ancient, sacred sites, recording their layers of stories and their many voices, past and present. Dr Bandt’s pioneering work provides us with keys to our own identities, and with tools to understanding culturally complex societies. She has been published by Wergo, EMI, New Albion, Pozitif, Move, Sonic Gallery, Hearingplaces, Craftsman House, and Cambridge Scholars Publishing.