Interdisciplinary, Performing Arts – Sound/Composition
Michael Masaru Flora is a multidisciplinary artist working primarily with sound in various contexts. Within the intersections of art, science, music, and mathematics Michael creates work that examines sonic morphology, spatialization, and human perception. His practice includes installation, performance, recording, and curation as well as numerous collaborations.
At the Anderson Center, Michael explored sound synthesis with auditory distortion products and their use in musical composition. He presented an interactive workshop & discussion for the public at the Anderson Center on July 19, 2022 entitled “Perception: Connections between Art and Science.”