anna xambó is a researcher and musician with a background in computer science engineering, digital humanities and digital arts. she completed her phd in 2015 (the open university), specializing in music computing and HCI, and is currently a postdoctoral researcher at the centre for digital music (queen mary university of london). her previous position was as a postdoctoral fellow at the center for music technology and digital media program (georgia tech).
her musical practice includes live coding, multichannel spatialization, tangible music, collaborative interfaces, audience participation with mobile devices, and real-time music information retrieval. she has performed internationally and works actively in the music tech and experimental electronic music scene, as a co-founder of the online music records carpal tunnel in barcelona (spain), co-founder of women in music tech at georgia tech (usa), and co-organizer of international concerts. to date, she has released three solo recordings: init (2010, carpal tunnel), On the Go (2013, carpal tunnel) and H2RI (2018, pan y rosas).
artist photo by helena coll
albums from pyr
pyr247 – H2RI