Matilde Meireles is a recordist, sound artist, and researcher who makes use of field recordings to compose site-specific projects. Her works have been exhibited in Brazil, Germany, Greece, Mozambique, Portugal, Spain, and United Kingdom.

She has recently completed a practice-led PhD in Sound Art at the Sonic Arts Research Centre, Queen’s University Belfast, and a post-doctoral Research Fellow in the Queen’s University Belfast project, Understanding the role of music and sound in conflict transformation: The Mozambique Case Study.

She is part of the research groups Recomposing the City, and Translating Improvisation. She collaborates with Aidan Deery to form the field-recording duo bunú. She also collaborates with Conor McCafferty: together they use field recordings as a tool to explore and articulate urban transformation.