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Tristan Perich studied math, music and computer science at Columbia University, and received a masters in from the Interactive Telecommunications Program at Tisch School of the Arts, NYU.

1-Bit Music, his 2004 release, was the first album ever released as a microchip, programmed to synthesize his electronic composition live. His latest circuit album, 1-Bit Symphony (Cantaloupe, 2010) has received critical acclaim, called "sublime" (New York Press), and the Wall Street Journal said "its oscillations have an intense, hypnotic force and a surprising emotional depth." His works for soloist, ensemble and orchestra have been performed internationally by ensembles including Bang on a Can, Calder Quartet, Eighth Blackbird at venues from the Whitney Museum and Mass MoCA to Sonar and Ars Electronica. He has received commissions from Bang on a Can, Meehan/Perkins Duo, Dither Quartet, Yarn/Wire, and others. As a visual artist, Perich has had solo exhibitions at bitforms gallery (NYC), Mikrogalleriet (Copenhagen), Museo Carandente (Spoleto), The Addison Gallery (Massachusetts), Katonah Museum (New York), Monster Truck (Dublin), LEAP (Berlin) among others, as well as group shows aound the world. Perich was a featured artist at Sonár 2010 in Barcelona, and in 2009, Prix Ars Electronica awarded him the Award of Distinction for his composition Active Field (for ten violins and ten-channel 1-bit music). Rhizome awarded him a 2010 commission for Microtonal Wall, an audio installation with 1,500 speakers. Perich attended the first Bang on a Can Summer Institute in 2002. He was artist in residence at Issue Project Room in 2008, at Mikrogalleriet in Copenhagen in 2010, at the Addison Gallery in Andover, MA and Harvestworks in New York in Fall 2010, and at the Watermill Center in 2012. His work has received support from New York State Council on the Arts, the American Music Center, Meet the Composer and others.
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The e-scooter Boom
Tuning T-Shirt
life in color
Franz Kline
Jeff Zimmerman
klub katarakt 12
American Food
What Is A Simulation?
Sky Walk
Scum Pixel
In Infinity
In Orbit
Visual Music
Heartbeat, Heartseat
Beat Machine
This City
Eric Giraudet de Boudemange
Christian Herdeg: Kunst und Bau
“I’m not supposed to talk about it”
The Glass House
The Oily Actor
Julius Shulman: Visual Drama
Rayan Ayash
Bring the outside in: The houses of Joseph Eichler
Color constructions
Telepathic Light
Alain Georges Frank Jacquet
Palatial Eliasson
Mass, space, plane and line
E. Hu
Principles Of Motion
David Bowie is Crossing the Border.
"I’m an outsider"
Sadamitsu Neil Fujita
Black Boxes
The Way Of The Light
Radebaugh and Bohn
Silent Geography
John James Audubon and the Golden Eagle
Forward Retreat
Afflicted Objects
Ramona Rosales Portraits
Memory & Form
Low Tech
Dominik Tarabanski
New York by Louis Faurer
Things As They Are
Pryor Console
André Kertész
Postcards from Miami
Werdi Vagner
The Art of Ralph McQarrie
The medium is the message
Ben Weiner: Post-Psychedelic Dreams
Icons of American Design: George Nelson
Supercenter disruptions
Paolo Cirio: Overexposed
Ghost: Kader Attia and Ventimiglia
Architectural Fun Ride
Fresh White
Pigeonner / Public Pigeon Sculptures
La Concentration des Services / Simplification de Paysage
Amir Zaki: Southern California
Minoru Yamasaki and Jean Baudrillard
Shannon Goff
Carlos Cruz-Diez: Chromointerference
Light installations
Stars in your eyes
Paul Rand
Un peuple de passage
Islamic Art Now