Salomé Voegelin is an artist, writer and researcher engaged in listening as a socio-political practice. As a researcher she works at the forefront of the new knowledge economy established by sound studies and sound art, turning to the invisible and mobile dimension of art and the everyday to achieve new insights that can deliver novel answers to pressing issues such as the climate emergency, social exclusion, asymmetries of belonging and education. Voegelin is the author of three influential books: Listening to Noise and Silence, 2010, Sonic Possible Worlds, 2014, and The Political Possibility of Sound, 2018.