Nick Hwang is an interdisciplinary artist who explores connections in art, technology, and interaction, focusing on collaborative multi-user interactive experiences. His practice incorporates programming, audio and music, and design (graphic, interaction, interface, experiential). His works are audiovisual, gestural, explorative, immersive, and collaborative. He has published, shown, exhibited, and performed his research and creative work at international conferences such as the International Computer Music Conference, International Society for Electronic Art (ISEA), ACM SIGGRAPH, Web Audio Conference, Society for ElectroAcoustic Music in the United States, Ars Electronica, NowNet Arts, and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. He is an Associate Professor at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. Nick holds a PhD in Music Composition with a focus on Experimental Music and Digital Music, a Master’s degree in Music Composition from Louisiana State University, and a B.A. in Theory and Composition from the University of Florida.