Manoli Moriaty is a composer, performance maker, researcher, and curator. Based in Manchester, UK, his artistic practice is informed by themes of biodiverse associations and collective action, utilising methodologies pertinent to data sonification, re-appropriation of technology, and human-machine interactions. The resulting works range a wide spectrum of formats, such as mixed-media collaborative performances, generative-music systems, acousmatic compositions, and durational installations.
His works have been presented at international new music concerts, performance arts festivals, and academic conferences, such as ICMC, SMC, MANTIS, Supersonic Festival, Surge Festival, New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival, Beijing New Dance Festival, and the Audiovisual Arts Festival of the Ionian Academy. He has been awarded funding by Arts Council England and IdeasTap towards creating new works, and by Sound and Music for his curatorial activities as co-director of the sonic arts collective Metanast. Manoli is member of the Hellenic Electroacoustic Music Composers Association (HELMCA) and Irish Sound Science and Technology Association (ISSTA), and is currently a doctoral candidate at the University of Salford researching interactive composition and collaborative performance under the supervision of Jo Scott and Stephen Kilpatrick.
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