Errant Sound has been dedicated to experimental work in sound related arts, including installation, performance, fieldwork, voice, radio and spatial practices. Through exhibitions, presentations, events, residencies and workshops, Errant Sound emphasizes an engagement with process and dialogue, encouraging a dynamic and diverse approach to the sound arts.
As a project space, it also intends to foster social and public activities, contributing to the creative scene in Berlin and its artistic communities. However, it defines itself as a sound art gallery – not a concert space.
Founded in 2010 by Brandon LaBelle as Errant Bodies, the project space is since 2013 managed and developed through a working group comprised of artists, researchers, curators, and writers focusing on sonic research and sound practices. Since 2016 it operates under the title Errant Sound and since 2017 the group is registered as an official association Errant Sound e.V. (Gemeinnütziger Verein, Vorsitzender/Chairman: Georg Klein, Mario Asef, Janine Eisenächer, Laura Mello). The working group develops initiatives and an experimental program of presentations, events, and exhibitions not only in their project space but also in public space and other locations.
From 2010 til 2018 in Kollwitzstrasse, we are located since 2019 in Rungestrasse 20 (Berlin-Mitte), close to Jannowitzbrücke.
Current members (Oct 2020) :
Gerriet K. Sharma
Former members :