Daphne Sammut

Daphne explores hybrid artistic practices utilising technology, sound and audio-visual synthesis. Her work focuses on the individual as an electronic-music compositional tool.

In this thesis, I look at sound, mainly noise, as a conceptual grounding as well as a physical effect for generating altered states of consciousness. Thriving for the discovery of new interfaces for musical expression, I aim to create new platforms where anyone is able to make electronic music. The instrument that I opt for in this project does not require any previous knowledge in musicality, in fact, the brain is capable of creating a connection with the machine, and in this hybrid, the individual becomes a “technological self”.


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MFA in Digital Arts Exhibition

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