Susan Philipsz

United Kingdom 1965

Installation, Sound Art

Susan Philipsz
Susan Philipsz
Female
United Kingdom
1965
September 9, 2013

Susan Philipsz is a Scottish sound artist who explores the psychological and sculptural potential of sound. Using recordings, predominantly of her own voice, the artist creates immersive environments of architecture and songs.

Featured image: Susan Philipsz Portrait – image via tate.org.uk

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