Australian-born Ben Frost is a composer, producer and sound artist. His studio albums include Theory of Machines (2007), By The Throat (2009), A U R O R A (2014) and The Centre Cannot Hold (2017). His work spans an array of forms including installations, live performance, scores for dance, theatre, and studio collaborations. Frost was mentored by Brian Eno in the 2010−2011 Rolex Arts Initiative. He has composed several scores for film including the Palme d’Or nominated Sleeping Beauty, and television series’ Fortitude and the Netflix drama DARK.
In recent years Frost has collaborated extensively with the Irish conceptual documentary artist Richard Mosse, producing the multi-channel video and sound installations: The Enclave (2013) and Incoming (2017). Frost’s 2013 opera and directorial debut, The Wasp Factory, was performed to capacity audiences at London’s Royal Opera House. Currently he is developing two new operas including a stage adaptation of J.A Baker’s novel The Peregrine.