Michael Clemow is a Brooklyn based sound artist, researcher, educator, and composer of experimental electronic music. Holding a masters degree in Interactive Design from NYU, he creates his own instruments and musical systems and composes and performs within these frameworks. His work has been shown at Issue Project Room, Exit Art, Diapason, The Tank, Zora Space, and Monkeytown among others. He is the director of Abattoir Projects, a not-for-profit arts organization documenting experimental and difficult-to-classify artists in the New York area. He is a member of the band And Um Yeah, with Amy Khoshbin and Oliver Rivera-Drew. Michael builds musical control surfaces and other sound-related hardware and software on a freelance basis for a variety of artists (Lou Reed, Eleonor Sandresky, Sarth Calhoun, Anne Carson, etc.) Michael is also, with Amy Khoshbin, a founding member of Semiotech, an art production company.