Peter Lenaerts is a Belgian sound artist active in the fields of performance, contemporary dance, & film. Lenaerts is fascinated by empty spaces and invisible or acousmatic sound. Sound that doesn’t scream for attention but sneaks into the listener’s ear unnoticed. Sound without ego, pure sound, with a focus on the medium rather than the maker. Apart from his own work, he has created soundtracks and composed music for choreographers and performance artists like Mette Ingvarsten, Daniel Linehan, Andros Zinsbrowne, Salva Sanchis, Eszter Salmon, ao. He strongly believes that in a culture dominated by visuals, nothing is as powerful, intense, and rewarding as simply listening. He was resident sound artist at the 2018 Hong Kong Arts Festival where he created music for Vortex by choreographer Wayson Poon. Other recent work includes Field Reports From ⾮非⾮非場所 (2016) & MicroSleepDub (2015-2016). Field Reports From ⾮非⾮非場所 (2016) is a radio piece about the sounds of an (almost) empty city caught between a rural past and high-tech future. MicroSleepDub (2015-2016) is a durational sleep performance built around a sound composition of room tones and field recordings from a new city in China and the Sydney Opera House. He regularly teaches at DOCH in Stockholm and P.A.R.T.S in Brussels.