Lee Patterson (UK) is a sound artist from Manchester who uses sound recording as a form of ear training, and performs with a selection of amplified devices and processes. Whether working live with amplification or recording within an environment, he has pioneered a range of methods to produce or uncover complex sound in unexpected places. He “eavesdrops” and makes a novelty of playing objects and situations otherwise considered mute. His collaborators have included some of today’s most respected experimental musicians and filmmakers. His works have featured on UK TV, BBC Radios 3, 4 and 6, Resonance FM and on radio stations worldwide.
Photo: George Benson