The work of the musician and artist Robert Blatt (b. 1984 in Anaheim, CA/USA) is rooted in explorations of expanded sonic situations through varying frames and gradations of environment, notation, object, performance, text, and tone – a practice between the borders of experimental music, visual arts; between installations and happenings. Recent projects include Experiments in the Periphery from 2017, which included realizations of his works in numerous open and private locations across South Florida, and the publication of his paperback Beach Bums by Much Too Much Noise, part text score, conceptual writing and beach read. Robert runs Inlets Foundation for Experimental Practices, is a member of The New Fordist Organization and was co-founder of the radical composers collective Acid Police Noise Ensemble. He holds degrees from the Royal Conservatory of The Hague (2010) and the University of Washington (2006).
Anaheim/USA — Music/Sound, Solitude fellow 2017–2019