Michael Clemow is an American interdisciplinary artist and composer based in Brooklyn, NY. His work is manifested in performances and installations, often making use of technology enabling improvisation using complex systems. His practice references the traditions of improvised music and sound art as well as his academic studies in technology, computer science, and philosophy. Clemow is an avid field recordist and this practice satisfies his wanderlust while providing much material for his works. He has recently recorded in the Limpopo region and Cape Town, South Africa, the inner Hebrides, Scotland, and in Palestine in the occupied West Bank. He has been a member of the noise groups “And Um Yeah” and “Murder” with Amy Khoshbin and Oliver Rivera-Drew, and the New York based Balinese gamelan ensemble, “Gamelan Dharma Swara,” and is currently a member of the cosmic rap duo “C∆N-D” with Amy Khoshbin, and an improvised piano and electronics duo “Waver” with JP Schlegelmilch. He also makes the local Brooklyn podcast, Radio Free Gowanus.