Ciaran Frame is a young composer, media artist and educator currently based in Sydney. Having just completed his honours at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Ciaran is passionate about cross-disciplinary collaboration and education, seeking a place in the world of data, technology and music. He has found a home in interactive and generative computer music, creating everything from sonification toolboxes to make music out of plants, to performance works where players must purchase their musical material. More recently, he has undertaken a residency in the Arctic Circle, where he has set out to explore the importance of music within other disciplines through collaboration with scientists. All the while, Ciaran is attempting to synthesise the rich history of contemporary classical music with a broader application of methodologies typically associated with nonmusical traditions such as Biology. He strongly believes in preparing a sustainable future of interested, informed young musicians - a belief that has formed the basis of the creation of the midge synthesiser.
You can find more of his work here.