Benjamin Drury is a composer and sound artist. His practise encompasses experimental, popular and classical music. He completed a Bachelor of Music from the ANU School of Music in 2017. As a composer he is fascinated by all facets of audio culture. His works explore the presentation and reception of sound as well as exploring sound itself. He is interested in creating new ways of presenting music. In the past he has done this through interactive installations like his work Modified Furniture (2017) and site-specific performances like Pieces for Cars Tunnel and Hexagonal Vents (2016). Sonically his practise explores acoustics, noise and form, seeking ways to subvert the expectations of both art and pop music audiences.