Grant Cutler                                     

Grant Cutler (b. USA 1983) is a composer and  interdisciplinary artist working with sound, film, photography, textile, and media technologies across installation, performance, and expanded cinema. His current work aims to emphasize listening as a spiritual-erotic experience through the creation of environments, objects, and films that give dimension to that which is often weightless or invisible. Projects take form as analog film projections that test the threshold of awareness, objects fabricated from textile, ceramic, or wood that demonstrate a non-cochlear listening potential, and sound installations exposing the near-silence of endangered soundscapes.

His work has been featured by the Guggenheim’s CPA commission series, Baryshnikov Art Center, Wave Farm, Walker Art Center, Pioneer Works, NPR, Pitchfork, BBC, WNYC, and many others. His award-winning scores have been exhibited at film festivals world-wide including Tribeca, Ashland Independent, Sound Unseen, and Paris International.

Cutler holds an MFA in interdisciplinary arts and lives/works in Brooklyn, New York.

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