Ryan Holladay is an artist and the new media curator at Artisphere where he has worked since it opened in 2010. He is one of three curators of 'Fermata', Artisphere's Spring/Summer 2013 show and its first dedicated entirely to sound. Additionally, Ryan works as a sound artist and musician along with his brother and collaborator, Hays Holladay. Together, the two have amassed a body of work that includes sound installations, film scores, mobile apps and interactive concerts and events. Most recently, they've gained attention for their location-aware music projects, for which WIRED called them "pioneers". They have worked with and spoken to a range of companies and institutions such as MTV, Olin and the MIT Media Lab. Ryan is a 2013 TED Fellow, a 2014 Aspen Ideas Scholar and recently served as artist-in-residence at Stanford University's Experimental Media Art Department.