TradeMark Gunderson is a technology artist and musician determined to remix everything. Using repurposed old and new technology, his artwork inspires unexpected insights into how we perceive and interact with our increasingly digital world. Music composed and performed as The Evolution Control Committee has inspired new genres of music and challenged the role of copyright, remaining controversial to this day. TradeMark and The ECC have appeared on networks from CNN to C-SPAN, in print from Spin Magazine to the Macmillan Dictionary, and in person giving around 1,000 performances and presentations at festivals, concert halls, bars, and galleries all over the world.
TradeMark received his MFA from The Ohio State University where he currently teaches new media art. He has also been the recipient of an Ohio Arts Council Media Arts Fellowship Grant, an artist-in-residence and visiting alumni at the Headlands Center for the Arts, the recipient of three sound art commissions from the Burning Man festival, and the co-founder of five other bands and at least three radio stations.