David Sappa is a sound artist and composer from London. His research and work is split between critiques of Late Capitalism and explorations into trauma and experimental therapies, with an over-riding interest in mental health and what that means in the 21st Century. His work explores notions of embodied communication and play through multi - sensory experiences, as a resistance to the disembodied modes of living we have adopted; utilising sound and music for their materiality, social, kinaesthetic and tactile qualities.

He holds a BA (Hons) from Falmouth University in Creative Music Technology and is currently on sabbatical from his studies at the Royal College of Art.