Francisco Mazza is a London based composer and sound artist producing work in film, theatre, dance and sound installations. His work is particularly concerned with the relations between sound art and music. He has exhibited and contributed to a wide range of arts events and live performances including Latin America Memorial in Sao Paulo, 46th Brazilian Film Festival of Brasilia, Art Residency Program “Expanded Sound” by Red Bull Studios, Mis (Museum of Image and Sound in Sao Paulo), Tiradentes Photography Festival, Resonance FM in London, also participating in experimental orchestras and improvisation groups working with artists including Livio Tragtenberg, David Toop, Wilson Sukorski, John Wynne, Salome Voegelin, Thomas Gardner and other. He has a specialization degree in Music Composition for Film, TV and Other Medias at Anhembi Morumbi University and is currently studying a MA in Sound Art at University of the Arts London,
I’m interested in exploring the relations between sound, life and society by investigating ways in which process of composition influence both our individual and collective experiences.