Steve Bradley's art practice involves sound
performance and material culture. He explores the boundaries of urban and suburban culture by collecting debris, sound and images from the consumed and littered landscape from around the globe. Bradley's work has been exhibited by the Kiasma, Museum of Contemporary Art, in an on-line web cast project called Sound Box 2.0. He has shown at the Washington Center for Photography, Washington, D.C. and Pulse Art in New York City and has curated an audio CD for the Baltimore-based literary magazine, LINK for the Hysteria
issue. This past year he was awarded a rivercommission from Hull Time Based Arts to create a new public art work called Reading the River, an interdisciplinary work that involves documenting and annotating debris found in the surrounding area of the River Hull Corridor, Hull, England from February to April, 2002. Since 1998, he has curated art@radio, a net.radio broadcast of sound art and experimental music.