Paulo Raposo is a sound artist, curator, radio producer and occasionally film-maker based in Lisbon, Portugal. His work spans across different sound investigations including intertwining public and private spaces, natural soundscapes, audio-visual environments and radio works that explore multiple relationships and displacements between digital process and architectural spaces, using custom-built software to create abstract and delicate sound works. His radio works were broadcast on Kunstradio, WDR, Resonance.fm, Antena 2, etc. and he’s featured on Radio Revolten book. As co-director of RadiaLx – International radio festival in Lisbon, he commissioned thousands of hours of radio art from around the globe, and still curates and produces a show for radia.fm - international network of radios.He created over a dozen sound installations in Portugal, Italy, US and Holland. In 2001 he founded the label Sirr, to promote experimental sound art, publishing and bringing forward more than one hundred sound artists as Toshiya Tsunoda, Zbigniew Karkowski, Steve Roden, Brandon Labelle, Lawrence English, Steve Peters and many others. He curated the collective projects AIA and EVA on the relations between art and communities, sound and media. Raposo also collaborated, as juri with European Sound Art Awards, Prix Russolo and CPAI digital arts award. Beyond live-coding audiovisual explorations as “Húmus” his approach to the film realm features “The Bridge” documenting the art of field-recording and “Medronho todos os dias” with Silvia Coelho (DocLisboa, 2017). His performances and collaborations include Janek Schaefer, Marc Behrens, John Grzinich, Jason Kahn, Stephan Mathieu, Zbigniew Karkowski, eRikm, Murmer, André Gonçalves, Carlos Zíngaro, @c, Gilles Aubry, Gintas K, Marco Scarassati and many others.