Tyler Friedman is a sound artist, composer and producer. His approach utilizes a blend of music theory, synthesis, sound design, analog/digital studio techniques and conceptual imagination. In addition to his own projects, he has collaborated on the sound and composition of multiple art projects, notably with Turner Prize nominees The Otolith Group, whose films have been commissioned by Documenta 13 and Haus der Kunst in Munich, and Andreas Greiner on his installation Multitudes for bio-luminescent algae and player piano. Recently he has had two releases of lysergic- experimental club music on the Swedish label Kontra Musik: a double EP titled CCC:BB:BBB:JJ and the 12" Vulkalaunai. Altogether, his practice is situated between art, creative engineering, musicology, club and theory.