Wissam Sader is a self-taught lebanese multidisciplinary artist investigating experimental music and improvised forms of sound art.
In recent years, his work primarily focuses on the complexity of contemporary urban environments and their rapidly changing soundscapes. Through electroacoustic, minimal compositions he explores the aesthetic and social characteristics of acoustically disparate topographies.
With a combination of composed pieces, field recordings and found sounds, his compositions aspire to harmonize and intersect the sounds of human and non-human actors in an attempt to reflect our evolving realities and understanding of the world.
His quadraphonic performances, explore deep listening and their ability to create immersive experiences.
He has been co-curating sound and experimental music events as part of Grüntaler, a mobile project focused on the curation, production and promotion of experimental music, sound art and related practices.His work has been presented at venues, festivals and events in Berlin such as Acud Macht Neu, Sophiensaele, silent green Kulturquartier, Spektrum, KW institute of Contemporary Art and internationally, at teatre de fusta, Museu de Sant Boi de Llobregat (Barcelona), and many other countries.
frequently associating creative forces with farah hazim.