Iubar Project’s interactive live performance incorporates touch-screen technology and is driven by gestural information that can shape sound output in a non-linear manner. Audience is invited to participate as live sampling of human voices is used as a source-material for granular synthesis driven improvisation.

Martin K. Koszolko is a Polish-born, Melbourne based sound producer and academic. He has extensive experience as a composer, music and video producer and performing musician and has been teaching sound production and other music industry-related disciplines at RMIT University and Melbourne Polytechnic. His music performances utilise interactive technology and have been seen by international audiences. Martin’s academic research explores various aspects of computer sound production, including mobile music making and interactivity in electronic music performance and his practice-led PhD project investigates the impact of remote music collaboration software on music production.