Susan Mary Philipsz OBE (born 1965) is a Scottish artist who won the 2010 Turner Prize. Originally a sculptor, she is best known for her sound installations. She records herself singing a cappella versions of songs which are replayed over a public address system in the gallery or other installation. She currently lives and works in Berlin.
Film and audio
The author takes us on a walk through the City of London to discover Surround Me
Psychogeography describes the effect of a geographical location on the emotions and behaviour of individuals