Audio Lodge is a Canadian sound art collective based in London Ontario dedicated to the aural exploration of cultural systems and their unexpected analogues in the environment. Comprised of multidisciplinary artists Kevin Curtis-Norcross, Troy David Ouellette and Paul Walde, the collective was established as a platform for interdisciplinary research using sound as a point of departure. Audio Cartography is a technique developed by the group for transposing music notation and other visual descriptions of sound into geographic mapping. Each artist brings to the fore concerns regarding environmental and social practice through the inherent hidden systems of the locations explored. Audio Lodge has exhibited their work in galleries in Canada and Australia and has developed a series of live performance sound works for galleries and concert settings.

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