Biography

Gary Fisher is an artist who’s work explores sound through processes of investigation and inquiry responding to objects, actions, words and places. He composes and performs with sounds using various approaches. He likes to explore found objects, and found sounds. He makes his own instruments and electronics and finds his own ways to use existing instruments. He likes to treat sounds as materials and materials as potential sound-makers. The works form as performances, recordings, installations and visual pieces.

He has exhibited and performed in galleries, living rooms, pubs, disused shops and public places including: AplusA Gallery Venice; The White Cube London with Christian Marclay, Thurston Moore and London Sinfonietta; Futuresonic Festival Manchester 2009; Manchester Literature Festival 2017; and Manchester Science Festival 2018.

In 2018 Gary was chosen for the Frances Chagrin Award for Composition. His piece SPLIT: a series of vinyl records composed of sound materials using cut-up technique, is currently in development.

Gary has an MA in Sound Arts from University of The Arts London.

Compositions at The British Music Collection

CV/Selected Works

 

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Contact: garyrobertfisher [at] gmail.com