Ron Herrema is a composer of music, image, sound and code. In recent years he has published interactive research regarding his concept of Code as Prosthesis; developed three iPhone app/artworks; co-produced the winning entry at The Tate Modern's art hackathon; performed free improv in East London's Chisenhale Dance Space; composed music for an award-winning documentary; created an interactive installation for the Tate Britain; and been awarded a Chagrin Award by Sound and Music.

He composes both acoustic and electroacoustic music, as well as both still and moving image. He has a particular affinity for algorithmic techniques in both realms. Currently residing in Bath, England, he is a native of Grand Rapids, Michigan and received his PhD in composition from Michigan State University. He teaches Creative Computing at Bath Spa University and previously led creative tech workshops for the London-based educational startup Codasign, as well as for London Music Hackspace.

He is a certified teacher of Deep ListeningĀ®, having studied for several years with Deep Listening founder Pauline Oliveros. He has a related interest in integrating contemplative practices with technology and continues to look for ways to flow musically into, with, and through the world.

[email protected]
Raw Material Software Limited
5 Technology Park, Colindeep Lane
London
United Kingdom
NW9 6BX
Contact Us
Copyright Ā© Raw Material Software Limited
Raw Material Software Limited is a private limited company registered in the UK with company number 03971916
linkedin facebook pinterest youtube rss twitter instagram facebook-blank rss-blank linkedin-blank pinterest youtube twitter instagram