Brandon LaBelle is an artist and writer. His work explores the space between sound and sociality, using performance and on-site constructions as creative supplements to existing conditions. His work has been featured internationally, including the exhibitions and festivals Sound as Media, ICC Tokyo (2000), Bitstreams, Whitney Museum New York (2001), Pleasure of Language, Netherlands Media Art Institute Amsterdam (2002), Undercover, Museum of Contempoary Art Roskilde (2003), Radio Revolten, Halle (2006), Copo da Voce, Museum of Contemporary Art Niterói (2008), and Tuned City Berlin (2008). His Prototypes for the Mobilization and Broadcast of Fugitive Sound was exhibited at the Enrico Fornello gallery, Prato (2007), and his ongoing project to build a library of radio memories was presented at Casa Vecina, Mexico City (2008). He is the author of Background Noise: Perspectives on Sound Art (2006) and Acoustic Territories: Sound Culture and Everyday Life (2010).