Associate professor, Information technology and music, University of Gothenburg and Chalmers University of Technology
Obel Professor in Art and Technology at Aalborgs Universitet in Denmark
Membership period 2012–2017
I develop new technologies and concepts for musical improvisation and composition, based on my own artistic practice and on algorithms from nature, complex systems and computer science. Also, I’m working on computational models of artistic creativity, with the dual objective of understanding the artistic mind and getting creative behavior from machines.
Palle is playing his tune, instrument, project Pencil Fields at the conferenc New Interfaces of Musical Expression (NIME 2012) in Ann Arbor, MI, USA. Click for high resolution image.
Family: Wife and two children, born 1998 and 2000.
Interests: My family, Japanese culture, sailing, electronics and strange sounds. Collecting strange sound machines and portable fire places.
Other: Palle's music has been used for stress research on babies at the Karolinska Institutet. He has studied Noh theatre in Kyoto several times and has performed in Japanes television dressed in costume and mask.