Sound Art Lab is a work environment for development and production of artistic exploration and engagement into sound and listening. Sound Art Lab opened in August 2021 in Bang & Olufsen’s former administrative building in Struer, Denmark, and has since hosted artists in residence from around the world. Since January 2023, Sound Art Lab has been the Danish Art Workshops’ workshop for sound.

We offer specialized, professional work facilities,  residencies, and workshops for artists at all stages of their careers. We organize educational programs for children, youth, and students in collaboration with schools and educational institutions.

We organize and host the international biennial for sound and listening, Struer Tracks, which since 2017 has presented groundbreaking Danish and international sound art. While throughout the year we present artist talks, performances, exhibitions and open labs for the public audience.

Always with sound as the focal point, we facilitate interdisciplinary collaborations, both within the arts and culture, as well as reaching out to businesses, educational institutions, and the healthcare sector. We collaborate closely with our local partners and expand our activities through our international network.

We commit ourselves to create an institution promoting and celebrating diversity and representation within Sound Art Lab as a workplace, amongst the artists in residence, and through artistic output, activities and public engagements.