CURRENT NEWS: I will be participating in The Biophony Research Residency in May!
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"Teaching Televisions About Singing"
Still from "Aleatoric Transmission"
The Bakery, 2018
"All forms of art are a means of broadcasting a signal; a message. My signals manifest into images, objects, and sonic presentations."
Aaron Artrip is an American Musician and Artist focusing on the relationship between what we see and what we hear. Balancing between these areas, he searches through discarded, often forgotten analog and digital hardware systems to find musical forms of rhythm, pitch, and pattern. Aarons work takes many forms including drawings, prints, sound recordings, installations and performances.
In his free time, he enjoys laying down some sick nasty beats with a drum machine, creating new sounds with his synthesizers, or teaching a workshop.
His current project is "Waves: I-VI," a series of silkscreened graphic scores.
His last project is titled "The Big Dum Drum Machine."
Aaron is currently an MFA Candidate at Georgia State University.