Michael Masaru Flora


Michael Masaru Flora is a multidisciplinary artist currently living and working in California. Working within the intersections of art, science, music, and mathematics, he is interested in the emergent phenomena that occurs through non-deterministic and autopoietic processes. Informed by architecture, systems, perceptual psychology, visual art, and computer music, his works often take the form of large scale installation and performance. His work has been presented in partnership with School of Design Nanjing University of Arts (China), Shanxi University School of Fine Arts (China), Stanford University's Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (CCRMA), Quiet City (Vancouver), The Soap Factory (MN), Indexical (CA), RhizomeDC (DC), Cedar Cultural Center (MN), Luggage Store Gallery (San Francisco), Orange County Center for Contemporary Art (CA), St Cloud State University (MN), Alfred University (NY) as well as clubs, galleries, theaters, warehouses, and universities internationally.

Michael is a co-organizer at Nada with Christian Langheinrich.