Composer/Media-Artist, Research Assistent (TH Köln), Lecturer (HS Düsseldorf)
Damian T. Dziwis was born 1986 in Chorzów (Poland). The Düsseldorf (Germany) based composer and engineer creates the majority of his multimedia works with audiovisual generative algorithms, machine learning and artificial intelligence, live coding or DIY electronics. He began his artistic education in instrumental composition under David Graham, followed by electronic composition under Christian Banasik and finalized it with his master studies in electronic composition under Michael Beil in Cologne. Damian’s compositions and installations were played and exhibited at various festivals, for example the „CTM Festival“ in Berlin, „Music Tech Fest“ Stockholm, „inSonic Festival“ at the ZKM Karlsruhe, „Beethoven Fest“ Bonn, the „ACHT BRÜCKEN“ festival in Cologne, „die digitale“ festival in Düsseldorf, „60x60“ Festival in Chicago or the „THE WRONG - New Digital Art Biennale“. Damian was artist in residence at the ZKM Karlsruhe and participated in art labs from festivals like the Ars Electronica in Linz, CTM Festival Berlin, Music Tech Fest Stockholm, the Gamma Festival in Saint Petersburg and MUTEK Montreal. Beside his artistic work he has an engineer’s degree in media technology, is working as a lecturer for Creative Coding at the Peter Behrens School of Arts (HS Düsseldorf) and is doing a Ph.D. (TH Cologne & TU Berlin) in virtual acoustics, developing applications for spatial audio and art expression which were published at conferences like AES, DAGA, ICMI and TEI. website: http://damian.t.dziwis.net
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Damian T. Dziwis is a composer/media-artist working with algorithms and AI. He is exploring the possibilities of machine learning agents as a creative and collaborative partner in artistic processes - such as composition, live coding or generative art. He is also a lecturer for Creative Coding at HS Düsseldorf, as well as a researcher and Ph.D. student in the field of spatial audio at the TH Cologne and TU Berlin.