Brett Sroka is a composer and interdisciplinary artist traversing the spheres of contemporary music, art and technology. Taking the form of music, sculpture, sound and video installation, his work has been presented at The New Museum in New York City, Manifesta 12 Palermo, Italy, Roulette in Brooklyn, NY, the Institute of Electronic Arts at Alfred University, NY and the Galway Jazz Festival in Ireland. He has released six records of original music, working with musicians such as Jason Moran, Avishai Cohen and Mary Halvorsen. In 2015 he initiated the performance program at Levy Gorvy Gallery in New York City (now Levy Gorvy Dayan), where he curates aesthetic dialogues between the performing and visual arts for their regular series of exhibition events. He currently lives and works between New York and Istanbul.
Brett Sroka has made the act of contemplation his practice. By inviting audiences to participate in deep listening practices in the forest, Brett Sroka has expanded the community of those deeply engaged with the place. He has gathered field recordings on site and set them together with the responses of those listening. His immersive film installation Endless Song extends that space and community, bringing it out from the forest into the wider community.