ABOUT

Sami El-Enany is an artist who works with sound, often negotiating the fringes of modern classical, storytelling, electronica and field recording. His practice ranges widely from composition and sound design for the screen, radio art, game design and record production. Recent works include Deadly Structures - a sound-only first-person exploration videogame produced by the ICA and the BBC, the film score for Walking With Shadows -the first LGBTQ+ Nollywood feature film ever made, and his debut album Opix, released on the London based Faith and Industry record label. His work has filled spaces including the Barbican, the National Theatre, the Tate and South London Gallery and been recognised at the Africa Movie Academy Awards, BBC Radio Drama Awards and the Audio Production Awards.

Sami El-Enany is an artist who works with sound, often negotiating the fringes of modern classical, storytelling, electronica and field recording. His practice ranges widely from composition and sound design for the screen, radio art, game design and record production. Recent works include Deadly Structures - a sound-only first-person exploration videogame produced by the ICA and the BBC, the film score for Walking With Shadows -the first LGBTQ+ Nollywood feature film ever made, and his debut album Opix, released on the London based Faith and Industry record label. His work has filled spaces including the Barbican, the National Theatre, the Tate and South London Gallery and been recognised at the Africa Movie Academy Awards, BBC Radio Drama Awards and the Audio Production Awards.