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Elizabeth Hougland is a multidisciplinary artist, composer, violinist, and violist working with artificial intelligence, video, and music, collaborating frequently with dancers. She graduated in 2014 from the University of Missouri Kansas City with a BA in composition. Hougland has participated in several ArtSounds events– a “cross-media expression through creative concert-making.” She is also involved with Kansas City Electronic Music and Arts Alliance (KcEMA), serving as secretary and as a part of the production team. She has had works recorded by Quadrivium and NewEar. As a performer, Hougland has played in groups such as Musica Nova, RIP ensemble, and Black House Collective.
Hougland writes: “I strive to create music that is immersive and powerful. I frequently perform improvised electronic music, and enjoy shaping music live.”