Aaron Rosenblum (b. 1981, Mount Kisco, NY) is a sound artist, musician, archivist, and curator. His works employ active listening, archival practices, minimalism, and public engagement to explore the margins between man-made and natural sounds and to encourage reflection on global soundscapes and media. Recent work has been seen and heard at the Center for Maine Contemporary Art (Rockland, ME) the inaugural KMAC Museum Triennial (Louisville, KY) and the Huff Gallery, Spalding University (Louisville, KY). His radio works have been broadcast on stations in the Netherlands, Portugal, Canada, England, and the United States. His current project is Kentuckiana Sounds, a community sound map of the Louisville metropolitan area and podcast on NPR affiliate 89.3 WFPL News Louisville. His latest performance piece, I’m a Wrangler Man, utilizes found text and prepared audio to investigate themes of masculinity, branding, and information literacy. He co-curated the SONICBernheim lecture/performance series at Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest (2014-2019) and has delivered presentations or workshops at the Invisible Places conference in Sao Miguel, Azores; the Kentucky College of Art and Design; and Bayside Arts (Northport, ME). He was the August 2018 artist-in-residence at the Louisville Free Public Library and is the recipient of an Imagine Greater Louisville 2020 artist grant (2019) and a Great Meadows Foundation curator travel grant (2017). He received a BA in experimental music from Hampshire College (2003) and a Masters of Library and Information Science from McGill University (2010). He lives with his wife and collaborator Andrea-Jane Cornell and their dog Lorraine in Portland, Maine.