Anna Troisi is a digital artist, programmer, performer, experimental electronic musician, composer, builder of instruments, and data fetishist. She has a background in computer science, music, computer music, neuroscience, and a PhD in nanotechnology.
Anna's recent work consists of digital body-performances, digital audio/video installations, acousmatic compositions with a fine art component, and interactive digital environments. Beneath the umbrella of “sensing data” all her projects seek to connect the multiple sensory registers in which we can think about ecology: The relationships between humans and the environment can be conceived on scales ranging from the intimate to the global.
When she is not generating sounds from bodies, environments and machines, Anna is Lecturer in Digital Media Design and Head of the Experimental Media Research Centre at Bournemouth University.