Lottie Sebes is a Berlin-based Australian sound artist and researcher who explores historical relationships between humans and machines. Her practice – spanning sound, sculpture, performance, and installation – serves as a lens to examine how power structures manifest in our technological artefacts. With a focus on body and voice interfaces, Sebes seeks to question how we shape and are shaped by machines over time. Pushing back against sleek tech fetishism, her works unsettle norms of technological ‘progress’.