Ludvig Elblaus is an artist and researcher working primarily with computational materials to create acoustic and electronic music, sound art, audio-visual installations, museum exhibits as well as contributions to collaborative larger works in several traditions, e.g. opera, theatre, and dance.
His artistic practice explores generative tools, complex systems, modelling as an artistic practice, the site-specific, emergence, and experiential aspects of very slow and drawn out temporal structures and deep listening.
In 2022 he was the Artist in Residence at IEM in Graz. He got his PhD in Sound and Music Computing in 2018 at the KTH Royal Institute of Technology with the thesis “Crafting experience: Designing digital musical instruments for long-term use in artistic practice”.
CANCELLATION: Ludvig Elblaus will be present at impuls between July 26th and August 3rd.