Performance & Talk: Jason J. Snell
Developing a biosensor-driven electronic music performance called Primary Assembly - a term from DNA structures. Jason is using an EEG and EKG to read his body rhythms and enable him to compose music with his mind.
Jason J. Snell is a multidisciplinary artist with expertise in several fields, including computer programming, motion design, and music composition. For over 20 years, he’s fused these talents into multimedia projects, most recently using an EEG biosensor to compose music and video with his mind.
Snell’s development and design work has included building interfaces, websites, and apps for world-renowned interactive departments in the media industry. His worked has earned ADC, IAB, Webby, and Glaad Media awards.
His music appears on over 75 albums in the electronic music scene, he’s performed over 150 shows throughout North America and Europe, and composed several film scores. He extends his music through inventing experimental technologies, including a generative MIDI sequencer with artificial intelligence and a motion sensor music composition system. His music, motion design, and filmmaking has been featured at Sundance, SXSW, the Berlin Independent, San Francisco Independent, and Seoul Net film festivals.
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