Based in the Sonic Arts Research Centre (Belfast), Composer/Performer and PhD candidate, Mark Rossi creates live algorithmic compositions, with a special emphasis on ‘enaction’.
Originally trained as an artist, Mark currently produces sonic art works created from synthesis, acoustic sources and ‘on the fly’ code-modification. His preoccupation with process and materials has led to an interdisciplinary approach to music making, performing laptop ‘textual’ improvisations with ‘live-coding’ algorithms.
Mark Rossi (UK)
Untitled (parts I-IV)
Evolved from a simple idea, this work extrapolates similar forms and events from different sources as the internal structure is modified in real-time. Visually, the process is revealed, and then dies, mirroring the nature of the work.