Raviv Ganchrow

Teacher Sonology: Sound and Space

Raviv Ganchrow’s (*1972) work focuses on interdependencies between sound, location and listener, aspects of which are explored through sound installations, writing, and the development of acoustic-forming and vibrationsensing technologies. Recent installations address context-specific sites of hearing as modes of the contemporary listener. His ongoing Listening Subjects project examines the contextual circuitry of listening whereby audibility, surroundings and subjectivity are ‘conductive’ of one another. He has been teaching architectural design in the graduate programme at Delft University of Technology and a faculty member at the Institute of Sonology since 2006.