Caroline Devine

Courtesy: Reid Photography
Photo: Courtesy: Reid Photography

Caroline Devine lives and works in London. She investigates the boundaries between sound and music, encompassing electroacoustic composition, sound installation, radio and theatre. Recent works include "Resonant Bodies" at V&A Museum, "Resonant Space" at Temple Contemporary, Philadelphia US, "Poetics of (Outer) Space"  at Ikon Gallery Birmingham, "Space Ham on BBC Radio 3, "Station X" featured on Radio 4 Today programme and "Oscillate" commissioned by ICA for Soundworks.

Caroline Devine spent 2014 as Leverhulme Artist in Residence in the School of Physics and Astronomy, University of Birmingham and in 2017 she was made Creative Fellow of the Institute of Advanced Studies at University of Birmingham. She has been shortlisted two years running for a BASCA British Composer Award for her sound installations, "5 Minute Oscillations of the Sun and On Air". In 2020, Devine’s work "On Common Ground" was nominated for an Ivor Novello Award.

Caroline Devine,
Photo: Caroline Devine, "City of Things", 60-channel sound installation on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of New Town, Milton Keynes, 2017 © Rachael Marshall