Ido Govrin (b. 1976) is a multidisciplinary artist and scholar whose practice includes sound, installation, printmaking and text. Govrin holds a BA in philosophy from Tel-Aviv University (2012), an MFA from the University of Toronto (2014) and is currently a PhD candidate at Western University (Canada). Recent solo exhibitions include I knew, but didn't believe it and because I didn't believe it, I didn't know (2017), Silent Maps (2016), To return to a place, is, like dying (2015), and Vaalbara (2014). He regularly exhibits across North America, Europe and Israel. In addition to his work as an artist, he has curated a series of five contemporary art exhibitions under the title Laptopia (2005-11) and the group exhibition Mother, Ravens! (2012). Between 2008 and 2012, he was the director of Musica Nova ensemble, which has been at the forefront of Israel’s experimental music scene since the 1980s. Govrin has released three full-length studio albums, Erratum (2017), Moraine (2010) and The Revisit (2011), as well as various other EPs. Since 2005, he has run the record label Interval Recordings.