Mathew Emmett

Mathew Emmett is an interdisciplinary new media architect and soundscape composer who lives and works between UK and Germany. He works across constructs of hybrid space; shared immersion performance, site–responsive installation, data–generated sound, and theory-fiction.

Emmett considers space as psychoactive; affective structures that blurs the physical boundaries of architecture with the pathologies of their inhabitants. Notable projects include: Neo-noir Architecture, Psychoscapes and Pathological Prosthesis.

In June 2016 Emmett performed Sender Receiver at the opening of new Switch House at Tate Modern. International projects include Space Interface in collaboration with the avant-garde German artist-musician Eberhard Kranemann (ex Kraftwerk, NEU! Piss Off, Fritz Müller Rock).

Emmett composes soundscapes for the contemporary dance choreographer Adam Benjamin with performances at the Place, London and Japan. Further collaborations include Charles Jencks, i-DAT, Perception Lab, Estranged Space and Kaos Theatre.