FACULTY> ZACH DUER
Assistant Professor, CREATIVE TECHNOLOGIES
Office: Media 102A
My work lies at a series of intersections: sound and visualization; careful composition and improvised performance; intuitive musical spontaneity and structured digital systems. My works span media including fixed-media sound and video collage, improvised multimedia performance, immersive environments, and projection mapped and 3D-printed sculpture. I hold an MFA in Kinetic Imaging from Virginia Commonwealth University (2014), an MA in Music Composition from Mills College (2009) and a BM in Music Composition from Minnesota State University Moorhead (2007). I frequently teach creative coding in platforms such as Unity, Processing, and Max/MSP, and I also have experience teaching projection mapping, motion capture, and 3D animation.