Tim Perkis is a researcher, engineer, musician and filmmaker, who has
been working primarily in the field of digital sound for decades. As a
musician, he is a founder of The Hub, a pioneering group in the field
of computer network music, as well as a internationally-known
performer of improvised music, having worked with many of the leading
figures in the field in North America, Europe and Japan.  He has
taught at the California Institute of the Arts (CalArts) and the
California College of the Arts (CCA)and has been resident
artist/researcher at Mills College in Oakland California, Xerox
Corporation’s Palo Alto Research Center, Paul Allen’s legendary
thinktank, Interval Research, and at the Mediterranean Institute of
Advanced Research (IMéRA) of the University of Aix-Marseille in
France. As an engineer he has designed tools, toys and software for a
variety of corporate clients, including Mattel, Sony, and Sennheiser,
and consulted with the San Francisco Airport and Art Commission as an
expert on technology-based art.  He is also producer and director of a
feature-length documentary on musicians and sound artists in the San
Francisco Bay area called NOISY PEOPLE (2007). His music is available
on over a dozen labels, including Tzadik(USA), EMANEM(UK), and
Creative Sources (Portugal).
Perkis is collaborating with ArtScilab on the Connectome Data
Dramatisation Project