Sól Ey (Sóley Sigurjónsdóttir, 1996) is an Icelandic composer, performer, and media artist based in The Netherlands. By exploring sound as a multisensorial phenomenon, she creates performances and installations that explore tactile, spatial, and social relationships, and aim to create intimate interactions. To realise this, Sól Ey frequently designs musical instruments and interfaces that utilize sensors and recent technologies to connect different mediums. Moreover, she often collaborates with artists of various fields, such as visual and performance art. In the past, her works have been presented at 4DSOUND (Budapest), Raflost (Reykjavik), Today’s Art (The Hague), and Dag in de Branding (The Hague).

Parallel to her artistic work, Sól Ey is active as a curator and event organiser. She is founder of RASK, a collective of young Icelandic artists working in the intersection of art and technology, a curator for the Icelandic electronic art festival Raflost, and board member of the Icelandic delegation of Ung Nordisk Musik, a festival for young Nordic composers. She is also a member of The Hague-based artist collective Trixie.