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Mesh is a platform to explore the intersection of music, science and art.
Established by Max Cooper in 2016, w ith a growing global audience and engaged community of practitioners and activists, Mesh work s with leading creatives in the fields of music, digital art, film, installation, code, architecture, to develop collaborations and commissions with businesses and arts and sciences institutions. P rojects incorporate a variety of digital media including A R, AI, VR, NFT, spatial audio and Dolby Atmos, as well as physical structures and live experiences.
Max Cooper has carved a unique space as an audio – visual artist with a science PhD and an international reputation as a leading electronic musician. His work carries an emotional resonance and sensory immersion, often focusing on humanity ’ s place in the world. He merges electronic music and visual art with scientific enquiry through installations, live performance, immersive audio – visual experiences, a range of digital media and award – winning music videos. Unspoken Words is Coope r ’ s 6th studio album and the latest in an impressive back catalogue that dates back to 2007, when he juggled studying Computational Biology with being resident DJ at a local techno club. He recently supplied the music for a powerful video narrated by Gret a Thunberg and Pope Francis and played at COP26 , urging world leaders to consider climate and environment in Covid recovery plans. Last year, he became the first techno artist to play at the Acropolis in Athens, Greece. Other work includes commissions fro m The Barbican, France TV, AND& festival, Waltham Forest Borough Council, and collaborations with Zaha Hadid Architects, The Babraham Institute, and L – Acoustics alongside musical reworks of contemporary classical musicians including Philip Glass , Nils Frah m , Terry Ril e y and Michael Nyman and pop artists Hot Chip and Moby . His label, Mesh , is keenly placed to explore the intersection of music, art and science through interdisciplinary creative collaborations that blur lines between art, mathematics, film, c horeography, sciences, architecture, psychology and spirituality.
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