PARC interview with composer and sound artist Siamak Anvari

19 June 2024

Siamak Anvari (Tehran, 1981) is a composer and sound artist. He graduated from the Institute of Sonology at the Royal Conservatoire in 2014, with a research thesis about composing music based on carpet design, and started his PhD two years later. Three weeks prior to his PhD defence on 25 June and the presentation of his artistic work on 24 June, Lianne van Roekel (PARC) speaks to him in his working studio at the Royal Conservatoire about the PhD process, the importance of the concept of atmosphere of German philosopher Gernot Böhme for his artistic work, his DIY research approach and working with the filmmaker Frank Scheffer as one of his PhD supervisors.

Read the full interview, including video clips of Siamak's work, on the PARC website. PARC is the Platform for Arts Research in Collaboration, for (artist-) researchers working in & beyond the fields of Art, Design & Music.