Alyce Santoro is a sound and conceptual artist/social activist working at the intersection between art and science. Proprietor of the Center for the Improbable & (Im)Permacultural Research, she is best known for inventing Sonic Fabric, an audible textile woven from recorded audiocassette tape. More on her work can be found at alycesantoro.com. Follow her on twitter @alyceobvious.
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