Ilia Rogatchevski is a Russia-born multimedia artist, journalist and broadcaster living and working in London. Taking cues from insurrectionist modernists like Guy Debord, William S. Burroughs and George Maciunas his prolific output varies from painting and collage to sound installations and radio work. Appropriation and subversion play a key role in his practice. Phrases and images are culled from popular sources, detourned and disseminated back into the public sphere. Rogatchevski is currently undertaking an MA in Sound Art at the London College of Communication, where he is exploring, via the medium of VLF radio, the impact of electromagnetic pollution on our acoustic ecology.