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Liam McCartan is currently a PhD student in the Sonic Arts Research Centre of Queen’s University Belfast. His research concerns the borders, bridges and practices of experimental electronic music. In regards to his own practice, it consists of composition, performance, sound art and design that explores the concepts of genre deconstruction and sonic history. This work has been presented in concert halls, clubs, galleries, specialist-acoustic spaces, theatres, fashion shows, and contemporary music festivals. Liam is also an Organiser, Resident, and Writer of the Belfast ’club-art hybrid’ event/collective RESIST, which fuses avant-garde electronic music performances and immersive visual art of a digital aesthetic.

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