Sam Ferris-Morris is a Cincinnati-based composer/musician, programmer, and Installation artist. His interests include the synthesis of technology and experience based design thinking to create immersive and visceral multi sensory experiences. Sam's current focus is on the exploration of collaborative interdisciplinary projects which dissolve the boundaries between traditional musical, scientific, architectural, technological, or other artistic practices. As a cofounder of the experimental interdisciplinary artist collective, Intermedio, Sam designs custom software using an array of coding languages to facilitate experiments with massively multichannel sound design, distributed sensor networks, feedback systems, and algorithmic composition. His most recent installation in collaboration with Justin West, Eric Blyth, and Jeff Welsh utilizes 250 custom designed audio circuits communicating with infrared light to pass cascading sound textures across a 30'x20' room of the UnMuseum at the Contemporary Art Center of Cincinnati.