Becky Šik is an artist filmmaker based in Glasgow and whose work spans moving image, installation, sound, music, writing and publishing. Becky’s recent work explores the echo, electromagnetic phenomena and technologies, peripheral spaces and invisible forces as way of understanding the body’s relationship to constructs of time and state.

Recent projects have involved building instruments and sound sculptures, presenting live soundscapes, experimental radio broadcasts, festival screenings, gallery installations and writing for publication. These include the collaborative research project Cascade with artist Sarah Forrest; a Radiophrena Residency and two Commissions, Tonfall and I must use the stairs with artist Nika Son, and That’s what the Bucket is for with artists Again and Again; Footnotes, a Radiophrenia broadcast with Sarah Forrest; and the film Mercury premiered at Supernormal Festival (Reading).