An artist from the visible, musical, and digital, Tristan Perich was created in 1982. A Columbia School grad, Perich attracts inspiration not really from the standard stations — musical rings or artists therefore (though it would be tough to state that he hasn’t been transferred by any musician, certainly) — but from research, applying his passions in physics and mathematics to his visible and musical function. As a visible artist, Perich continues to be most widely known for his function using machines to make pen-on-paper drawings regarding to numerical formulas. Ultimately, he pressed his tips onto a musical airplane, beginning focus on what would become his 1-Little bit Music task in 2004. The task, which will be produced using “primitive, hand-programmed consumer electronics,” was quickly compensated with critical compliment from a big part of the digital music press. Perich’s function has been cellular enough to surface in NY and Australia.