CONSTELLATIONS is an audio art project that illuminates audio art from a community of international artists making sound works that convey meaning through evocation and abstraction. Constellations features a wide-range of audio works which unravel the distinctions between experimental documentary, sound art, soundscapes, fiction, and music. The pieces we air demand a deep listening experience, encouraging listeners to expand their conception of narrative, musicality and attention.

We release short and strange audio pieces from a wide range of audio makers and artists fortnightly on Fridays.

Constellations prioritizes working with artists who identify as female, non-binary, trans, people of colour, queer, and/or emerging creators under 30, but everyone is welcome.

You can subscribe to CONSTELLATIONS on itunes, or search for it on your favourite podcast app. 

We’re on twitter here and on instagram here.

who is constellations?

Jess Shane and Michelle Macklem are the co-founders and editors of Constellations.

Aliya Pabani is our Special Projects Managing Editor.

Amita Kirpalani writes our reflections column Constellations Says.


Miyuki Jokiranta

Jon Tjhia

Camilla Hannan

Phoebe Wang

TK Matunda

La Cosa Preziosa (Susanna Caprara)

Janet Rogers

John Jacobs

+ many more

"Something wonderful happens to you and you instantly look back over your life and see it as a series of fortunate events stretching off into the distance like mountain peaks. Something terrible happens and your life becomes a litany of woe. The present re-arranges the past. We never tell the story whole because life isn't a story; it's a whole milky walk of events we are forever picking out constellations from it to fit who and where we are."

Rebecca Solnit


While Constellations represents an international community of audio artists, we are grateful to live and work as guests in Toronto, in the 'Dish With One Spoon Territory’, on the ancestral and traditional territories of the Anishinaabe, the Haudenosaunee, the Huron-Wendat First Nations, and the Mississaguas of the New Credit First Nations.