Matt Parker is a composer and sound artist working with microphones, speakers, video cameras, projectors and electronics to create immersive experiences that reveal and amplify hidden connections between every-day technology and the environment. His approach is influenced by the work of R. Murray Schafer and the concept of acoustic ecology however rather than solely documenting field recordings of our environment, he believes that sound, in combination with visual material can produce immersive narrative environments that transcend a single location and point in time, conveying richer messages about our relationships with technology and the growing separation between the user and the analogue, mechanical processes that sit behind the modern digital interface. Matt has a Masters in Music Technology at the Birmingham Conservatoire and is the winner of the Deutsche Bank Creative Prize in Music 2014. He was shortlisted for the Aesthetica Art Prize 2015.

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