Mark Fell

Multidisciplinary artist living in Sheffield (United Kingdom)

Mark  Fell

Mark Fell. Image: S. Redruello / LABoral

Mark Fell is a multidisciplinary artist based in Sheffield (UK). He is widely known for combining popular music styles such as electronica and techno with more computer-based compositions, with a particular emphasis on algorithmic and mathematical systems. His recent musical practice has become increasingly informed by non-Western music; this is evident in two linked works, Multistability and UL8, which explore a number of unfamiliar timing and tuning systems.
In addition to his recorded works, Fell produces installation pieces, often using multiple speaker systems. His work in this area is characterized by “non-illusion based” approaches, where multiple waveshapes are spatially distributed to form complex synthetic sonic environments. The diversity and importance of Fell’s practice is reflected in the range and scale of international institutions that present his work—from large super clubs such as Berghain (Berlin) to the Hong Kong National Film and Sound Archive, among others.
He received an honorary mention in the digital music category at Prix ARS Electronica, and was shortlisted for the Quartz award for his contributions to research in digital music. In addition to his creative practice, Fell has been involved in a number of academic research projects ranging from computer science to musicology, and as a curator he is widely recognized for his contributions to the development of experimental electronic music in Europe

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