Alessandra Eramo (1982 Taranto, Italy) is a sound artist, vocalist and composer who works with performance and installation, sound and visual poetry, video and drawing, exploring latent acoustic territories of the human voice and noise as sociopolitical matter. She develops interdisciplinary art projects and conceptual performances that address questions of the body, memory, migration and identity. Central to her practice is extending the voice in all its forms and implications in sonic and visual contexts, crossing boundaries of genres and traditions. She has performed and exhibited widely at festivals, radio, museums, galleries and institutions in Europe, Canada, USA, Turkey and Chile among others at: Centrale Fies Dro, Radio Papesse/Festival des Gestes de la Recherche Grenoble, Italian Culture Institute Brussels/Kira A. Princess of Prussia Foundation, SAVVY Contemporary Berlin, Deutschlandfunk Kultur Klangkunst, Liminaria/Manifesta12 Palermo, Tempo Reale Festival Florence, 6th Thessaloniki Biennale of Contemporary Art, Transmediale Berlin, Electronic Voice Phenomena/Liverpool Biennial 2013, Heroines of Sound Festival Berlin, PACT Zollverein Essen, Tsonami Festival Arte Sonoro Chile, Roulette New York, Padiglione Italia nel Mondo/54th Venice Biennale. Alessandra Eramo is co-founder of Corvo Records – vinyl & sound art production, she is member of Errant Sound project space and she is part of the Böseblick Electronic Music Ensemble with Ariel W. Orah, Korhan Erel and Kirsten Reese.