Cultural anthropologist, Sound researcher, Sound artist
Patricia Jäggi is a research associate at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Lucerne – Music. She has a PhD in cultural anthropology, works in the field of sound studies and is especially interested in the interconnections of ecology, more-than-human lifeworlds and practices of extended listening and sound creation. Currently she is working on the SNSF-funded research project "Seeking Birdscapes" in which she connects autoethnographical listenings with field ornithology and sound art to better understand the soundworlds of birds. Besides scientific monographies, book chapters and articles she also works at the interface of research, mediation, and art. She has developed various soundwalks, composed sound collages and was part of the curatorial team of the sound art exhibition "Radiophonic Spaces", which was shown at the Tinguely Museum in Basel and the Haus der Kulturen der Welt in Berlin.