Neil Feather

Neil Feather is internationally known as an inventor of experimental musical instruments.  He also creates mechanical kinetic sound sculptures and installations.  He uses principles of physics to combine strings, springs, magnets, motors, flywheels, electromagnetic pickups, bicycles, bowling balls and other matter to explore the sounds of unlikely physical events.  He has performed hundreds of concerts across the United States, Canada and New Zealand. He has created numerous site-specific sound installations.

Neil Feather resides in Baltimore MD.  He was a founding member of the Red Room Collective and the High Zero Foundation. He won the 2014 Sondheim Art Prize and the 2014 Trawick Contemporary Art Prize. He is a 2016 John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellow.