Bony Stoev is a sound-artist who lives and works in Dresden, Germany. He believes that sound changes the point of view of pictures and adds a new dimension to them. Thus, he creates innovative worlds of sound that heighten and modify the emotional impact of film, pictures and music.
In September 2016, Bony collaborated with SA-PO for THE DARK ROOMS EXHIBITION in Berlin. He developed an audiovisual experience inspired by pictures of Sven Sauer and Igor Posavec. Bony created an intricate acoustic interpretation of their work. Since the installation was presented in complete darkness, the viewer’s mood and perception were only guided by sound.
As a sound designer, Bony connects moving pictures with dynamic, rounded and stirring audio creations. Together with artists like Sebastian Linda or Frank Sauer, he creates soundscapes that further enhance the feelings a movie evokes. Bony last worked on MEMENTO MORI by Sebastian Linda.
Bony has a background in electronic music. For many years, he has been pursuing the composition of evocative sounds and atmospheres. He is currently working on his first EP. It will showcase music that is cinematic at the cross-section of musical composition and sound design. "Violet EP" is out now.