Daniel O’Sullivan •

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Daniel O’Sullivan is an English artist, multi-instrumentalist, producer and composer. Graduate of Sound Art at LCC, University of The Arts London.

He has achieved international acclaim writing, recording and touring extensively with Ulver, Grumbling Fur Mothlite, Sunn O))), Guapo, Miasma & the Carousel of Headless Horses, Miracle & Æthenor. He has composed several sound works for film and installation.

O’Sullivan is known for manipulating a wide range of musical disciplines from free-form improvisation to orchestral avant-pop to hallucinatory marching band music. Recurring fixations in O’Sullivan’s work include spheres, anthropomorphic entities, preternatural phenomena and the elasticity of time in sound.

He has collaborated with a number of artists including Charlemagne Palestine, Serena Korda, Mark Titchner, Ian Johnstone, Stephen O’Malley, Mira Calix and Christian Fennesz.

Daniel O’Sullivan lives and works in London.

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— Credits

• ROSE (2014)
A multi channel AV/7.1 Surround Sound work with Mark Titchner; Dilston Grove, London.

• Aping The Beast (2013)
Music for choreography by Serena Korda; Camden Arts Centre, London.

• The 23 Stab Wounds Of Julius Caesar (2012)
Music for choreography by Ian Johnstone; The Horse Hospital, London.

• W.A.M.A (2012)
Music for 70 piece children's choir with Serena Korda; Field Arts, Bristol.

• Laid To Rest (2011)
Ensemble music for choreography with Serena Korda; The Wellcome Collection, London.

• Training Through Production (2011)
Music for choreography by Serena Korda. Composition for carillon bells and brass ensemble; Loughborough.

• Norwegian National Opera (2010)
Music for choreography by Ian Johnstone; Oslo, Norway.

• Øyafestivalen film programme (2010)
Live soundtracks to Maya Deren films; Oslo, Norway.

• Eternelle Idole (2008)
Music for choreography by Gisele Vienne; Brest, France.

• I’m Not Dead Yet (2008)
Storyville documentary for BBC.