Dávid Somló is a Hungarian interdisciplinary artist based in Budapest. His work focuses on sound, space and interactions. In his artistic practice he is creating theatrical/performative experiences exploring the relations of the physical, the social and personal space. He composes situations which are offering a complex, non-repeating outcome from simple elements, structures and instructions. In many of his work he uses portable sound sources to create an immersive environment without spatial separation between the performance and the audience. He often works in a site-specific context. He created performances, installations and interventions in foot tunnels, underground stations, a forest, a swimming boat, a Turkish bath, abandoned offices, a mining museum, a synagogue garden, private flats and various other public spaces. His work was performed in international festivals such as Prague Quadriennale (CZ), Festival d'Avignon (FR), Festival XS Bruxelles (BE), FIME Sao Paolo (BR), Placcc Festival (HU).