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Wayne Reddiar is a musician, sound artist, and educator based in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa. His practice weaves sound walks, critical listening, and field recording, together with techniques from electroacoustic music, experimental sound design and improvised music. He often collaborates with artists from different disciplines on projects presented in concerts, art galleries, theatre, radio, and site-specific contexts.

Reddiar has composed and performed at the Jomba Contemporary Dance Festival (Durban), Spielart (Munich), Brighton Fringe Festival, Radio Cyklopen (Sweden), and the Naval Hill Planetarium (Bloemfontein). He has presented site-specific sound art at The Durban Harbour for ISEA 2018 and the Addington Children’s Hospital for the International Union of Architects World Congress (Durban). He exhibited at the Johannes Stegmann Gallery (Bloemfontein), Galleri Mejan (Stockholm), Autocenter (Berlin) and Space at Tate Britain (London). Reddiar lectures at the University of KwaZulu-Natal.   

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