//Adriano is an Italian Artist, Composer and Thinker who uses technology
//with the goal of improving and evolve the relation between humans and their creation process.
//A trained composer and pianist, Clemente shifted his focus from the traditional piano to exploring
//the possibilities of interface and design within electronic music. Adriano was curious to see how the same
//motor skills could be applied to different mediums and allow more freedom for the composer.
//Ever since making that shift he has moved beyond such parameters to exploring the multiple ways in which
//sound can interact with all facets of the body itself, from attachable electrodes, to motion sensors,
//to wearable technologies.
//"With backgrounds in music, teaching, psychology, and anthropology, Adriano Clemente is truly a creative polymath" (Ableton)
//Adriano has graduated in Clinical Psychology from La Sapienza University of Rome which helped him to blend his passion for music //with scientific interest for human interaction. Clemente has been merging Psychoacoustic and Sound Synthesis studies and has
//been invited to lecture for prestigious universities such as School of Visual Art NY, Columbia University, Stony Brooks University, NYU, //American University and Brooklyn College.
//Among his pieces Adriano has worked on a Audio/Video installation for the Super Bowl Boulevard in New York City which featured 12 LED
//screens and a sound-interactive walkable platform all located in Herald Square, Manhattan. He is also responsible for introducing his //interactive Sound Design approach into the fashion world at the Mercedes Benz New York Fashion Week for the ØDD's runway.
//Clemente has composed several soundtracks and won a prize at the Torino Film Festival in 2005.
//He is currently focusing on the development of sound and orchestrations through the use of Bio Feedback sensors
//and other technologies. Adriano's most recent research is based on a technique that he named "Techno Collage".
//Clemente has worked with MGMT and RCA Records but is best known for his unique approach and pioneering of interactive sound/video //installations with the Kin-Hact Project in which a body's movement orchestrates the composition. His work has been featured in
//Rolling Stones Magazine, The Creators Project, Joystiq, Noisey, Motherboard.tv and in numerous publications in Europe and the States.
//Clemente is a frequent consultant on new musical technology for such prestigious companies as Disney Imagineering, Korg, Roland, Ableton, Dubspot, //Splice