Nolan Lem is an artist and researcher whose work reflects a broad range of influences and mediums particularly those related to sound and kinetic motion. His work focuses on the dynamics of emergent systems, autonomous machines and the synchronisation of auditory phenomena.
He has premiered his work and research at a number of diverse spaces including the Museum of Modern Art Buenos Aires (MAMBA), Pioneer Works (Brooklyn, US), LHOSTE Art Contemporain (Arles, FR) and the Danish National Museum of Music (Copenhagen, DK). Artist and research residencies include IRCAM, MassMoCA, Cité Internationale des Arts and the Vermont Studio Center. He holds degrees in music, electrical engineering, and received his MFA at Columbia University where he studied at the Computer Music Center (CMC). Nolan is currently a PhD candidate at Stanford University where he studies at the Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (CCRMA).