Bronwen Buckeridge

Bronwen Buckeridge’s audio installations are studies in how sound and memory shape our experience of place. Made for one person at a time, her work experiments with the complex dynamic of live and recorded sound in a chosen location. The acoustic environments she creates are deliberately unstable – both right now and already past, moored and itinerant, referring at once to the site where they are installed and to elsewhere.

Buckeridge originally studied Modern Languages at Manchester University and worked as a producer in digital media for a number of years before completing her MA in Fine Art at Chelsea College of Art in 2007. She is based in London and has exhibited at a number of venues across the UK including Studio Voltaire, FACT, Project Space Leeds and Dilston Grove and has been awarded residencies in the UK, China and the USA.