Wunderbar Lab Berlin Prenzlauer Berg


© Ricardo Climent
Ricardo Climent is Professor of Interactive Music Composition at University of Manchester, UK, where he serves as director of the NOVARS Research Centre and as head of Composition. For the last few years his research has focused on the potential of game-audio, physics and graphic engines for compositional purposes, using ‘the aural’ as the primary source for navigation and exploration. He co-runs Wunderbar Lab with Dr Iain McCurdy in Prenzlauer berg.