Anthea Caddy is a Berlin-based cellist and artist. Her practice explores the spatio-temporal aspects of sound and architecture, applying these to audio works that manipulate and distort perceptions of time, space and experience. Caddy’s work focuses on the incorporation of acoustic, electro-acoustic and recorded space within performance, installation and concert presentation, often using amplified cello as her primary sound source. In her live performance she uses multi-channel configurations in low lighting or complete darkness. She has performed and exhibited at Issue Project Room, Wroclaw Museum of Contemporary Art, Borealis, Maerz Musik, etc. She is a PhD candidate under media historian Douglas Kahn at UNSW Sydney, Australia.