Raviv Ganchrow (born 1972) completed his architectural studies at The Cooper Union, New York and sonic studies at the Institute of Sonology, University of the Arts, The Hague. He researches interdependencies of sound, locale and hearing through installations, writing, and the development of transduction technologies. His installations examine context-dependent aspects of sonic attention such as environmental infrasound (Long-Wave Synthesis, Dark Ecology, Kirkeness and Sonic Acts, Amsterdam), anechoic chambers (Padded Sounds, Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Berlin) and the materiality of radio transmission (Radio Plays Itself, ORF Kunstradio; Forecast for Shipping, BBC Radio 4; Knallfunken, Deutschlandfunk Kultur). Recent installations develop in-situ circuits conductive of human-geo-electric binds (Agora Circuit, Tuned City / Onassis Cultural Foundation, Ancient Messene and Westhafen Ground-Electric, Singuhr at ZK/U Berlin). He publishes, teaches and lectures broadly on the subjects of auditory context and sonic agency and is currently a faculty member at the Institute of Sonology, University of the Arts, The Hague.