(b. 1990, USA | based in Berlin, DE)
Kayla Elrod uses sound and body to construct experiments and performances, engaging audiences with topics like sex work, classism, utility, and waste. Her approach combines touching, listening and role-play to inform the designs and explorations of props which also function as instruments. Since moving to Berlin she has earned her MA in Sound Studies and Sonic Arts at UdK as well as help found Sonic Curiosities Collective and LODE collective, both of which promote FLINTA* musicians, sound artists, and performers. Her works usually take the shape of durational performances, music, site-specific engagements, videos, audio collages, and installations.