Joseph Young is a sound artist based in Brighton and Berlin who specialises in binaural field recording techniques.
His works have been shown at Tate Britain, Tate Modern, Jerwood Hastings, V&A, Estorick Collection, De La Warr Pavilion, Errant Sound Project Space (Berlin), Seoul Museum of Art and on Wall Street (USA).
His pieces have also gained radio attention from BBC Radio 3, Public Record, Furthernoise, One Minute of Silence, Radio Papesse and Resonance FM.
Joseph Young’s works include a participatory piece about democracy presented at the House of Commons, a 6 movement noise opera about artists and austerity, a walking performance on Wall Street, Concerto for Brutalist Buildings at the former Commonwealth Institute in London, a series of films for Architecture Inside Out and soundtracks for dramas and documentaries on Radio 4 and ITV.
He also worked as a guest lecturer for Edge Hill University, University of Essex, Rose Bruford College, University of Sussex and on the MA Digital Media at University of Brighton.
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