Julian Scordato studied Composition and Electronic Music at the Conservatory of Venice. He completed a Master’s Degree in Sound Art at the University of Barcelona with a thesis on IanniX software documentation. Co-founding member of the Arazzi Laptop Ensemble, research assistant for the Sound and Music Processing Lab at the Conservatory of Padua, he works as a professor of Electronic Music at the Conservatory of Brescia. As an author and speaker, Scordato has presented results related to interactive performance systems and algorithmic composition in the context of conferences and seminars. His award-winning electroacoustic and audiovisual works have been performed and exhibited internationally in over 100 festivals and institutions including Venice Biennale, Institute of Contemporary Arts (London), Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona, Prague Quadrennial of Performance Design and Space, Gaudeamus Music Week (Utrecht), Sonorities Festival (Belfast), Seoul International Computer Music Festival, Art & Science Days (Bourges), Kochi-Muziris Biennale, Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (Stanford), Electronic Language International Festival (Sao Paulo), and Contemporary Music Research Center (Athens). His music has been broadcast by RAI Radio3, NAISA Webcast, RadioCemat, Radio Papesse, Radio UNAM, RadioCona, Radiophrenia, Radio Gracia, and Radio Circulo. His scores have been published by Ars Publica and Taukay Edizioni Musicali.