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Vitor Joaquim, laptop experimentalist, sound and visual artist, graduated in sound and film directing, working now on a phD on computer music. He started performing improvised music and get involved in experimental art by the mid of the 80's. Since then, he has created extensively for dance, theater, video, installations and cross media platforms.
Over the years, on some of his solo acts, Joaquim has opted to play in the dark as a way to increase the sense of sound. With light, he works generally with visual artists like the long time collaborators Lia, Hugo Olim, Carsten Goertz and Laetitia Morais among others.
Even though he loves to plays solo, it’s in the electronic real time collaborations and live sampling that Joaquim has being mostly involved in the last decade. Worked with @c, Scanner, Stephan Mathieu, Simon Fisher Turner, Pure, Phil Niblock, Colleen, Ran Slavin, Harald Sack Ziegler, o.blaat, Pedro Carneiro, Carlos Zíngaro, Marc Behrens, Greg Haines among others. Until now, he has four solo releases and several other collaborations and participation's in different labels. Flow, his latest solo cd, was on the list of Wire magazine, as one of the best electronic records of the year 2006.
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