Cédric Peyronnet is a French sound artist. He is working since the ’90 around phonography (Field recordings, “sound hunting”…), soundscapes, using the principles of concrete, acousmatic, electroacoustic music. His work, whose main theme is the exploration of places by sound recording, listening and sound sculpting, takes form of compositions and sound pieces (CD, Vinyl … more than sixty references published since the ‘90), concerts, sound screenings and sound installations. His works on soundscapes led him to practice “sound mapping” and implement daily the principles of acoustic ecology. On that part, he is also working from time to time in schools, “teaching” kids about our “sound environment” and the importance of the ear. Recent activities includes works with Eric La Casa on the Liège and Le Havre harbours soundscapes, the "one square metre" Cd series dealing with the Fitzroy Community Gardens in Melbourne, the sound cartography of the Morvan-Auxois territory.