Raviv Ganchrow’s (1972) work focuses on interrelations between sound and space, aspects of which are explored through sound installations, writing and the development of sound forming technologies such as Wave Field Synthesis. He addresses an ambiguous status of sound that is at once material-spatial as well as phenomena-event. Recent installations directly engage the everyday acoustic environment, plumbing notions of ’place’ that are constructed by way of frequency interdependencies between sound, location and listener. Ganchrow completed his architectural studies at the Cooper Union, New York and received a second degree from the Institute of Sonology at The Royal Conservatory, The Hague. He has been teaching architectural design in the graduate program at TU Delft, and is currently a faculty member at the Institute of Sonology, The Hague.