Jay Afrisando is an Indonesian music composer and sonic artist.
He uses sound and other media to share awareness of human-nature-technology relationships and diverse hearing profiles that is communicated through range of approaches: From musical composition to sound installation, from acoustic to electroacoustic, from fixed-media to improvisation, from implied to overt participatory-setting that invites audience to the very making, and everything in-between.
His works have been presented at ICMC-NYCEMF 2019 (NY), Linux Audio Conference 2019 (CA), Disability Awareness Week 2019 (VA), Drone Not Drones 2019 (MN), Fifteen Minutes of Fame 2015: Alex Lubet (NY), Seattle Art Museum (WA), Montalvo Arts Center (CA), and National Gugak Center (KR). He was awarded the 2016 Minnesota Emerging Composer Award by the American Composers Forum, the 2016 Innovative Art Grant by Yayasan Kelola, and the 2nd Prize composition winner of Prix Annelie de Man 2015. He participated in the OneBeat 2015 residency in the US and the 2014 International Fellowship in Study of Korean Music in South Korea. He is a co-author of “Basic Music Technology: An Introduction” published by Springer in 2018.
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