Annika Moses is an emerging sound artist working on whadjuk noongar boodja (Perth, Western Australia). Her interest in the human voice and background in vocal and folk music has created a trajectory that intersects text-based composition, radiophonic works, community radio and transmission arts, vocal improvisation, immersive theatre and installation, a cappella music, experimental pop, and field recording. Annika is also interested in curation, arts management, disruptive arts, community building, and collaborative arts projects.

Annika is currently studying a Bachelor of Music: Honours, majoring in Composition and Music Technology at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA). Her work has been premiered and exhibited in festivals including Totally Huge New Music Festival, Fairbridge Festival, Audible Edge, FRINGEWORLD, WAMfest and Sound Spectrum, and installation works at Cullity Gallery and Mundaring Arts Centre. 

Annika is a core member of the Perth exploratory music label Tonelist, and a presenter on community radio station RTRFM 92.1. 

Photo by Rohan Bacskai