Marinos Koutsomichalis

Sound Artist and Researcher |Tutor

Marinos Koutsomichalis (Athens, 1981) is an artist and researcher. Via sound and a wide range of other media he interrogates the specifics of perception, technology and material. His work has been widely presented internationally in museums, galleries, festivals, music halls, academies, industrial sites, churches, research institutions, conferences, underground venues, scientific journals, independent music labels, and elsewhere.

His academic career includes a research fellowship in the University of Turin, a lectureship at the faculty of Music Technology and Acoustics of the Technical University of Crete, and leading Contemporary Music Research Center’s (CMRC-KSYME) course in Electronic Music and Sound Synthesis for several years. He has being responsible for numerous publications in scientific journals/conferences, for numerous workshops/talks worldwide and for writing the Mapping and Visualization with SuperCollider book. He is a PhD candidate in Music, Sound and Media Art at the De Montfort University and he also holds a MA by research in composition with digital media from the University of York.


                                                                                                                                                                               photo credits: Helen Frosi