PhD student takes the stage at TEDx Wellington

At the recent TEDx Wellington event, Jason Long spoke about using musical robots to make 'impossible' music.

Jason Long is a composer, sound artist and researcher from Christchurch, New Zealand. He studied at the University of Canterbury, Hogeschool voor de Kunsten Utrecht in the Netherlands, Tokyo University of the Arts in Japan, and is currently undertaking a PhD in sonic engineering at Victoria University of Wellington, focusing on musical robotics.

His musical and research publications have been featured internationally in academic journals and conferences, vinyl records and CDs, and his research into historical computer music was recently published in The Turing Guide (Oxford University Press).

This talk was given at a TEDx event held at the St James in Wellington on Sunday 18 June.