Diogo Alvim

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Diogo Alvim works between music and sound arts, exploring their interactions with architecture, specific contexts, and other arts. He is interested in expanding the practice of sound composition as a research and transformation device.
He studied architecture and composition in Lisbon, and in 2016 completed a PhD in composition and sound arts at the Sonic Arts Research Center at Queen’s University Belfast. His research explored different relationships between music and architecture.
He teaches sound arts in the Degree and Masters of Sound and Image at ESAD (Caldas da Rainha) and is an integrated researcher at CESEM, FCSH-NOVA.
He regularly collaborates with visual and sound artists, choreographers and directors, in productions as diverse as installations, film, dance, performance, performative walks, and other hybrids.