Todd Winkler is a composer and video artist, whose work over the past 30 years has explored ways in which human actions can influence sound and images produced by computers, in multimedia dance and theatre productions, interactive video installations, and concert pieces for computers and instruments. He is the author of Composing Interactive Music (MIT Press), as well as papers that bridge the fields of music, computer science, video art, cognitive science and dance/theatre. Winkler's creative projects have received international attention at festivals and venues throughout the US, Australia, Europe, and Asia. He is the recipient of awards from National Endowment for the Arts, American Composers Forum, Irish Arts Council, Fulbright Scholar Program, Meet the Composer, and National Endowment for the Arts. He is a professor in the Brown University Department of Music, where he served for many years as Director of the PhD program in Multimedia and Electronic Music Experiments (MEME).
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