Caroline Park is a composer, musician, and artist who works primarily within minimal means in experimental performance and installation. Her latest release, field, was recently described by Marc Weidenbaum (Disquiet) as music existing “in an abstract zone, where space bends and algorithms are allowed bountiful time to work their fractal, generative beauty.” As a composer-performer, she has shared the stage with artists including Mem1, Steve Roden, a canary torsi, Evidence, Dollshot, and Arnold Dreyblatt, and has worked with a variety of ensembles and performers including the Callithumpian Consort, Sound Icon, Los Angeles Children’s Chorus, cellist Laura Cetilia, and pianists Stephen Drury and Yukiko Takagi. Her music has been performed by herself and other musicians at venues including The Invisible Dog, the Stone, 295 Douglass, 16 Beaver, and ISSUE Project Room (NYC), Granoff Center for the Creative Arts, RISD Museum, and AS220 (Providence), Jordan Hall, Goethe Institut-Boston, Boston Center for the Arts, and Studio Soto (Boston), Ambassador Auditorium (Los Angeles), and the Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts (St. Louis, MO), in concerts curated by CTRL+ALT+REPEAT, R.K. Projects, Pauline Oliveros, ((audience))’s Sound Off, Non-Event, Saint Louis Symphony’s Urban Alchemy, Together: New England Electronic Music Festival, Musicacoustica Beijing, SICPP: Summer Institute for Contemporary Performance Practice, Boston Microtonal Society, and Boston CyberArts. Caroline is 1/4 of BUMPR (with Peter Bussigel, Stephan Moore, and Timothy Rovinelli) and is 1/2 of a collaborative duo project with Asha Tamirisa. She is also a founding member of opensignal, a group of artists concerned with the state of gender and race within electronic and computer-based art practices. A Los Angeles native, Caroline received B.M. and M.M. degrees in composition at the New England Conservatory and is currently a Ph.D. candidate in Multimedia and Electronic Music Experiments at Brown University (MEME@Brown). Solo releases can be found on cassette, CD, 7″, and in digital formats via labels Private Chronology, Bathetic Records, Visceral Media Records, Pure Potentiality Records, Absence of Wax, and Single Action Rider. Her 2011 cassette Adrift was recommended by Steve Smith (Son of / Night After Night) for anyone “interested in long-form, slow-drifting electronic buzz, crackle and drift.” Caroline lives and works in Providence, RI.