Brooklyn based composer and sound artist Elad Shniderman regularly performs in the New York metropolitan area and explores cross-media practices in collaboration with local and international artists.
Born in Israel (1977), Elad is currently pursuing his PhD in Music Composition at Stony Brook University. He has studied composition with Daria Semegen, Margaret Schedel, Morton Subotnick and Ruben Seroussi, and holds a Masters degree from Brooklyn College and a Bachelors degree from the Buchman Mehta School of music at Tel Aviv University.
Elad’s interest in interdisciplinary art leads to a wide variety of collaboration with artists from different media such as dance, video art, film and performance.
Elad’s works have been presented internationally at venues such as ICMC (international computer music conference, NYC), Harvestworks Digital Media NYC, Goethe Institute Barcellona, Brooklyn Electro-Acoustic Festival, re-new (Digital art festival, Copenhagen), Les Intranquilles Festival #6, Les Subsistances, Lyon
Grammaire de la ville (Goethe-Institut Lyon), 400 Jahre JLU - Tag der offenen Tür: Offstage, The Bax Brooklyn, Movement research (DTW, NYC), Sao Paulo International Short Film Festival, Cambridge Film Festival, Lithuania Film Festival, Vdance Festivel (Tel-Aviv Cinematheque), Jerusalem film festival (Jerusalem Cinematheque), Cologne.