Virginie Dubois is a sound artist and researcher.
She received her first masters degree in Economics from La Sorbonne, Paris (1999), before later completing two further masters degrees in the Arts – Music at the ArtScience Interfaculty in The Hague (2013), followed by Applied Design at the Sandberg Institute in Amsterdam (2014).
Focusing on the relationship between sound, space and architecture, Dubois’ work invites us to connect with the urban environment and to renew our aesthetic and social experience of everyday life. She creates urban installations, leads ‘soundwalks’ and guides collective listening experiences as a socio-political practice that enables people to engage consciously with their surrounding.
Dubois’ current research investigates the role of sound as energy and material for the future of architecture and urban design, with the idea to integrate the elements of mindfulness, contemplation, well-being and transcendence inherent in listening.