Ed Potokar

Ed Potokar is an artist, musician, and designer who melds sound sculpture, audio architecture and handcrafted musical instruments into a virtuosic display of craftsmanship and visionary artistry. Potokar utilizes his expertise to design and play unusual, intriguing sculptural instruments that create adventurous sonic and visual landscapes. His work and performances have been showcased in shows in Soho NY, Brooklyn NY, Atlanta GA, and Hartford CT, and at the Prada Foundation in Venice, Italy, as part of the Venice Biennale. He has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, New York Magazine, Modern Painter, Elle Décor, DesignBoom, Guitar Aficionado, Fast Company, Co.Create, as well as on NewYork1 News, VH1, WNYC’s “Soundcheck”, the BBC and NBC’s Today Show. He is currently featured in Music Of the Future, a European documentary. He has been invited 3 times to the Guthman Musical Instrument Competition at Georgia Tech, where he won awards for the most unusual instrument and a special judges’ award.