Nimalan Yoganathan is a Montreal sound artist and musician. He holds a B.Eng in Electrical Engineering (McGill) and BFA in Electroacoutic Studies (Concordia University). He focuses on the sculpting of field recordings within his works from his travels through bustling cities, desolate landscapes, and spiritual sites. Nimalan often attempts to mimic the timbral and rhythmic characteristics of such natural sounds using synthetic gestures. In a time when global communities are being plagued by noise pollution, he believes it is crucial to preserve and accentuate the subtle but musical sounds hidden all around us.