Joel Cahen, based in London, is primarily a composer and sound designer but his practice also forays into immersive mixed reality events. He currently presents his music as well as curates programmes through his project Wet Sounds, which has toured internationally and has earned critical acclaim.
As an offshoot of Wet Sounds, he founded the charity Liquid Vibrations, which provides training to staff at special needs schools in Musical Hydrotherapy. This combines underwater music with a special aquatic bodywork technique and is intended to integrate into the school's curriculum.
Other projects are the public destructivist activity Scrapclub (where the audience smash up various stuff with sledges) and the Mixed Reality project Audileum.