Jamie Drouin (b.1970) is a Canadian sound composer and visual artist. His work focuses on the perception of new patterns and shapes from overlapping events, both in nature, and through chance operations.
In sound composition, Drouin has collaborated with several international artists, including projects with Lucio Capece, Johnny Chang, Crys Cole, Dimitra Lazaridou-Chatzigoga, Hannes Lingens, John Tilbury, and Sabine Vogel. He has also been releasing albums over the past twenty years under the pseudonym Liquid Transmitter, exploring the borders of ambient music. Drouin’s primary collaborative artistic partner since 1997 has been Lance Austin Olsen. The two artist have produced numerous exhibitions, performances, and albums, as well as co-curating Infrequency Editions.
In recent years, Drouin has expanded his sound eduction through self-directed mentorships with Antoine Beuger, Christian Kesten, and Frank Bretschneider.
Drouin’s works have been featured at numerous international venues including Deutschlandradio Kultur (Germany), Sonica (Slovenia), Henry Art Gallery (USA), Biennial of the Americas (USA), Mutek (Canada), and TodaysArt (Netherlands), and he has been awarded grants from the Canada Council for the Arts, and the British Columbia Arts Council.
Solo and collaborative audio works are available from Another Timbre, Caduc, Infrequency Editions, Intonema, and Mikroton.
Jamie Drouin lives and works in Victoria, BC, Canada.
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