Ryo Ikeshiro


Ryo Ikeshiro is an artist, musician and researcher. His work explores the possibilities of meaning and context presented through sound as well as its materiality in relation to digital audio and audio technologies. His output includes installations and live performances in a variety of formats including immersive environments using multi-channel projections and audio, 360-video and Ambisonics, data visualisation and sonification, field recordings, interactive works and generative works. 


Ryo’s work is currently exhibited at the M+ Museum of Visual Culture, Hong Kong, and he was part of the Asia Culture Center’s inaugural exhibition in Gwangju, South Korea. He is also a contributor to Sound Art: Sound as a medium of art published by ZKM Karlsruhe/MIT. Originally from Japan, Ryo lived in the UK for many years. He is currently an Assistant Professor at the School of Creative Media, City University of Hong Kong. 


Aug 12, 2022 -- 18:00

bug demonstrates the potential of sound event recognition (SER) in locating insect-like noises or socially undesirable elements by navigating through spatial audio (Ambisonics) field recordings. It is a commentary on...