David Sappa is a sound artist and composer who uses research as a means to investigate new sonic worlds, drawing lines between sounds and senses, often reflective, responsive and digestive in the process. His research is often split between critiques of Late Capitalism, and research into trauma and experimental therapies, with a general interest in mental wellbeing and what that means in the 21st Century. His work often explores notions of embodied communication and play through multi sensory experiences, as a critique of the disembodied modes of living we are coerced into, often utilising sound and music for its materiality and tactile qualities, as well as kinaesthetic and social qualities, with an interest in how these can effect mental wellbeing. 

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.