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Mark Alexander Bromwich

Mark Alexander Bromwich

Mark Alexander Bromwich


Mark Alexander Bromwich is a composer and electronics designer. He recently changed his surname to Bokowiec - his grandfather's surname. Mark Bokowiec is a composer and manager of the electro-acoustic music studios and the new Spatialization and Interactive Research Lab at the University of Huddersfield UK. Mark lectures in interactive performance, interface and system design and composition. Mark Bokowiec has been creating works for interactive performance systems since 1995 Read more on Last.fm
Mark Alexander Bromwich is a composer and electronics designer. He recently changed his surname to Bokowiec - his grandfather's surname. Mark Bokowiec is a composer and manager of the electro-acoustic music studios and the new Spatialization and Interactive Research Lab at the University of Huddersfield UK. Mark lectures in interactive performance, interface and system design and composition. Mark Bokowiec has been creating works for interactive performance systems since 1995, commencing with the development of A Single Performer Controlled Mechanism for Electronic Dance/Music Theatre - The Navigator (1995) [1] and Zero in the Bone (1997) [2] for soloist and ‘Metabone’.

In 1997 work began on the design and development of a flexible, wireless performer-worn sensor mechanism for interactive dance [3]. The original Bodycoder System [4] incorporated an 8-channel sensor array that used MIDI as its host protocol. Several interactive dance works were created using the system including Bodycoder (1997), Lifting Bodies (1999), Zeitgeist (1999) and Cyborg Dreaming (2000). A complete re-design of the Mk.1 Bodycoder took place in 2000, resulting in a doubling of the sensor channels to 16 and the use of OSC as the host protocol.

It was with the creation of the performance installation Spiral Fiction (2002) [5] that the Mk.2 Bodycoder System was first used to control and process live vocal material. Further experiments with solo voice lead to the composition of a suite of pieces for voice and Bodycoder system: The Suicided Voice (2003/7) was created during a three weeks self-directed residency at The Banff Centre, Canada, Hand-to-Mouth (2007) was composed in the EMS studios at The University of Huddersfield and Etch (2007) was composed, in residency on Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, Canada. The suite of pieces: Vox Circuit Trilogy (2007) had its first complete performance at The Watermans in London. Current repetoire includes V’Oct(Ritual) (2011) created in residency at Dartington College of Arts for vocalist/performer and Bodycoder System.

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