| Leonardo/ISASTwith Arizona State University

Benjamin Carey

at University of Technology Sydney

Benjamin Carey is a Sydney-based saxophonist, composer and technologist with interests in contemporary classical, interactive, improvised and electro-acoustic music. Benjamin studied the saxophone at both the Sydney Conservatorium of Music and the Conservatoire de Bordeaux, and as a performer he performs a wide range of chamber and mixed works for saxophone and live electronics. Benjamin’s research and practice incorporating equal parts improvisation, composition and the development of musical software systems. He lectures in music technology and contemporary music at the University of Technology, Sydney and the University of New South Wales, and his research and creative work have been featured at the International Conference of Computational Creativity (2015), the Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression (2012, 2014), the International Computer Music Conference (2013), the Sound and Music Computing Conference (2012), the dBâle festival of electronic music (2012), IRCAM Live @ La Gaité Lyrique (2012) and the Australasian Computer Music Conference (2011, 2012).

Journal Articles:
Special Section: Practice-Based Research and New Interfaces for Musical Expression

Artefact ‘Scripts’ and the Performer-Developer

February 2016