Michael Theodore
Director, ATLAS CMAP • Associate Professor of Composition • ART & TECHNOLOGY

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Michael Theodore, associate professor of composition, is also a multimedia artist. His technology-informed work has been presented across the United States, and in Mexico, Trinidad and Tobago, Greece, Spain, Germany, Sweden, France, Australia, Japan and China. Michael created large-scale sound/art installations with roboticist Nikolaus Correll and touring pieces with performance artist Michelle Ellsworth. He is half of the electroacoustic “hardcore Americana” project, Batteries Die, with punk-folk artist Tim Eriksen. He also released a recording with Glen Whitehead (Psychoangelo/Panauromni) that received a “Top Ten Classical Music Recordings of 2010” pick from TimeOut Chicago.   
 

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