is a new media artist residing in Brooks, Maine, USA, who creates installation, video, performance and acousmatic art. He is a founding member of MAP Intermedia Performance Collaboration.
Artistically, he focuses on collecting, refining and redistributing information, both aesthetic and practical, across varying mediums. He has had work shown nationally and internationally at such venues as Engine 27 in NYC, Sonic Odyssey in LA and the Festival de Arte Sonore in Barcelona, Spain.
He has interviewed and written about Sound Art and sound artists such as Chris Mann and Stephen Vitiello and has taught Music, Electronic Music, Electronic Art and Installation Art courses at Bennington College, Rockport College and the University of New Hampshire, and is currently on the faculty of the New Media Department at the University of Maine at Orono.
Nate Aldrich is participating in
Title: “Selfportrait” video, 2006
together with Zach Poff he participates in