Bori Sinkó (1984) is a film sound designer, improvisational musician, composer and producer who uses field recordings and edited foleys as substantive voices in her artwork. She leads the course Sound and Grammar at Újegyetem, which takes an interdisciplinary look at the connection between language and sound. The course includes using sonification with creative coding or building synthetic soundscapes as an acoustic poem. Sinko studied Sound Design at Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design, Producing and Composing at Impro School.

I think that geophone and biophone sounds are an improvisative orchestra, where the human being is merely one voice. Finding the connection with our sonic environment is a way to understand and position ourselves in the spatial system. I am committed to protect and record, as well as process the acoustic moment where we live in.