Aernoudt Jacobs (*1968) lives and works in Brussels, studied Architecture in St. Lukas Ghent. The work of Aernoudt Jacobs is both phenomenological and empirical. It has its origins in acoustic and technological research and investigates how sounds can trigger sonic processes that will affect the listener's scope of perception. His installations focus on a central question: how can the complexity, richness and stratification of our direct, daily environment be translated into something that can really be experienced.

In addition to his artistic practice Jacobs co-directs with Christoph De Boeck OVERTOON, a platform and production facility for sound art based in Brussels, and teaches in the Audio Atelier at RITS, Erasmushogeschool Brussels.

His work has been presented in museums and at festivals including Bergen Art Museum (NO), Macba (ES), ISEA (GER), Singuhr Hoergalerie (GER), Netwerk (BE), NIMK (NL), Happy New Ears (BE), STUK (BE), Vooruit (BE), Kaaitheater (BE), deSingel (BE), Lydgalleriet (NO), Tschumi Paviljoen (NL), Palais de Tokyo (FR), Le Bon Acceuil (FR) and Hermitage (RU).

CV / Selected list of works