Brandon LaBelle is an artist, writer and theorist working with questions of social life and cultural agency, using sound, performance, text and sited constructions. Since 2011 he works as a Professor at The Art Academy – Department of Contemporary Art, University of Bergen, Norway. He is the leader of the NARP-funded project Social Acoustics: Communities in Movement (2019-2022). He develops and presents artistic projects and performances within a range of international contexts, often working in public and with others. This leads to interventions and performative installations, archival work, and micro-actions aimed at the sphere of the (un)common and the unlikely. He is also an active lecturer working with institutions around the world addressing questions of sond culture, sonic and spatial practices, the voice and the politics of listening. Current work focuses on citizen practices, sonic agency, and the aesthetics and politics of invisibility.