Nick Wilson has a background in electronic music and sound art, having performed and recorded music with acts such as Continuum, Random Acts of Elevator Music, Space Is Ace and Tiatto, and worked solo as Reductionist. He is currently the Label Manager for the Australia-wide electronic arts collective Clan Analogue and produced the compilation Habitat: Environmental Sound Research. He collaborated on the City Frequencies installation at the Melbourne Town Hall for the 2000 Next Wave Festival and the Café Voyeur installation at Kent St for the 2004 Melbourne Fringe Festival. He has composed music for the Re-Sound ensemble in Melbourne. During 2008 and 2009 he managed Institute of Sound, a year-long series of electronic music production and performance workshops. Recent projects have included impromptu office building performances in Sydney and Melbourne with Random Acts of Elevator Music and the sound installation Bush Resonance created during an artist-residency in Eltham, Victoria.
Releases on Clan Analogue Recordings: