Dr Mathew Emmett is an artist and theorist in mixed reality performance and hybrid space, specializing in installation, data-specific sound and situated cognition. Among other collaborations and international commissions Emmett is currently collaborating with the renowned electronic musician/artist Eberhard Kranemann (ex Kraftwerk, NEU! Piss Off, aka Fritz Müller Rock) with a series of projects including Space Interface and Signal Transduction. Emmett composes soundscapes for the dance choreographer Adam Benjamin with performances at the Tokyo Art Centre, Japan and the Place, London. Emmett is the cofounder of Estranged Space working on a wide range of sites that include Second World War subterranean bunkers, the Roman Baths. Further collaborations include Perception Lab, Charles Jencks, Kaos Theatre, and the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Sites. Emmett studied at Central Saint Martins, The Bartlett School of Architecture and The Architectural Association and in 2007 attended the Karlheinz Stockhausen composition course in Germany. Emmett is represented by the Weithorn Galerie, Düsseldorf.