Emily Peasgood (born 1981 in Grimsby, Lincolnshire) is a BASCA award-winning composer, sound artist and visual artist. She creates research-led and site specific interactive artworks for galleries and public spaces, ranging from large-scale community events to intimate sound installations. Peasgood uses intricate sound and technology design to invite connection with people and places that are forgotten, overlooked, or surrounded by histories that can be remembered through sound. Peasgood uses sound and music to evoke truth, history, stories and the imagination, creating sonic spaces that invite visitors to be a part of her work. Peasgood's work has been described as magical  (The Times), evocative (The Telegraph), and memorable (A-N). Emily views her work as pushing the boundaries of what music and sound is believed to be, from the venue it is experienced in to the people who perform it. Her work is often multi-disciplinary, including literature, visual art, and sign language interpreters to engage people in more ways than sound and music alone.   Read more.
Emily Peasgood is a composer and sound artist who aims to challenge what music is believed to be, from the venue it is performed in to the people who perform it. Full biography.

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