Li Tavor  Music/Sound 

Li Tavor  Music/Sound 
Li Tavor (1983) is a musician, composer, performer, sound- and visual artist and architect based in Zurich. Their practice often negotiates the multiple ways of possible (or impossible) relations within a built environment. Further their work investigates how the intertwined nature of perceiving sound, space and time creates, reflects and shapes these positionalities.

In the past years Tavor was working as a research assistant at the department of architecture of ETH Zurich, was a guest professor at RMIT Melbourne and a lecturer for the BA in Fine Arts at ZHdK Zurich. Together with Alessandro Bosshard, Matthew van der Ploeg and Ani Vihervaara, they were selected by the Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia to curate the Swiss Pavilion at the 16th International Architecture Biennial in Venice, where their exhibition Svizzera 240: House Tour was awarded the Golden Lion for Best National Participation.

Furthermore, their work was presented at the Istituto Svizzero Milano, HOW Museum Shanghai, Theaterspektakel Zurich, Theater Gessnerallee Zurich, NGV Melbourne, The Architecture Foundation London, A4 Art Museum Chengdu, Arsenic Lausanne, Tanzquartier Vienna, Tanzfabrik Berlin, Tanzhaus Zurich, Kölnischer Kunstverein, Taylor Macklin Zurich, Kunsthaus Bregenz, Piano Nobile Geneva, Stadtgalerie Bern, Sharjah Architecture Triennial, the Swiss Art Awards and the São Paulo Architecture Biennial.

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