John Kefala Kerr

John Kefala Kerr has a poem, Lockdown Lyric, in What Meets the Eye? The Deaf Perspective.

John Kefala Kerr is a British-Greek composer, sound artist and writer. A prize-winning graduate of the Guildhall School of Music & Drama and the University of Sussex, John’s output includes instrumental, vocal, and multimedia works. These are often conceived in close proximity to everyday events, situations and circumstances. John has had work presented at festivals and venues in the UK, USA, Europe and Japan, including the Cathedral of St John the Divine, New York; Wigmore Hall; St John’s Smith Square; South Bank Centre, London; BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art; Select 107 FM; Teatro Rossini, Pesaro; Atelier St Ann, Brussels and De Singel, Antwerp. John’s first novel Thimio’s House was published by Roundfire Books in 2013. He has held residencies at Durham Cathedral, the Dove Marine Laboratory, Grainger Market and the UK National Railway Museum. John’s audio-visual installation for the National Centre for the Written Word will open in