Saturday, 9 April 2011

Some blurb about... Adam Jansch

Adam Jansch is a sonic artist currently studying for his PhD in music composition at the University of Huddersfield. His current research explores strategies for freeing the record from its inherent fixity, the outcomes thus far involving a range of artistic presentations - experimental performance, conceptual software, automated live electronics with radio, hardware based pop, and media installations amongst them - with the creation of open outcome works for mobile media devices as a significant future focus.

Alongside his research activities he is a member of HELOpg, the postgraduate laptop ensemble based in Huddersfield, and he has spent many years creating electronic pop music and playing bass guitar. More information can be found at http://www.adamjansch.co.uk/, with details of his research at http://research.adamjansch.co.uk/.

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