Ali Momeni

Born in Iran. Lives and works in USA

Ali Momeni emigrated to the United States at the age of 12. He studied composition, improvisation and performance with computers at the Center for New Music and Audio Technologies in UC Berkeley under David Wessel and Edmund Campion. He spent three years in Paris where he collaborated with performers and researchers from La Kitchen, IRCAM, Sony CSL and CIRM. In the past few years, he has also collaborated with artists including Laetitia Sonami, Alvin Curran, Pierre Boulez, Atau Tanaka, Kent Nagano, Peter Mussbac, Shu lea Cheang, Robin Mandel, Jenny Schmid, Robin Meier. He is interested in interactivity in the arts, technologically mediated social interaction, gesture to sound/image mappings, and datadriven search and synthesis techniques. He also remains interested and active in improvisation, musical theatre and instrument building. He currently holds an assistant professorship in the Department of Art and the Collaborative Arts Program (COLA) at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis, where he founded Minneapolis Art on Wheels.

Smoke and Hot Air (2007-2008)

Smoke, electronics, sound. Courtesy: the artists. Acknowledgements: Matt Brackett

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