Born in Bucharest, Filipino-American Dr. Levy Marcel Ingles Lorenzo works at the intersection of music, art, and technology. His body of work spans custom electronics design, sound engineering, instrument building, installation art, free improvisation, and classical percussion. With a primary focus on inventing new instruments, he prototypes, composes, and performs new electronic music.
Lorenzo’s work has been featured at MoMA PS1, MIT Media Lab, STEIM, Pitchfork, BBC, Rewire, Burning Man, and The New York Times. He is a member of the International Contemporary Ensemble and a core collaborator in Claire Chase’s Density 2036 project. He has worked with artists such as Peter Evans, George Lewis, Alvin Lucier, Leo Villareal, Autumn Knight, Christine Sun Kim, Steve Schick, and Henry Threadgill. Lorenzo is frequently invited to give electronics lectures and is currently assistant professor of creative technologies at The New School, College of Performing Arts.