Steven Whiteley is a New York-based/nomadic composer and sound artist working with sound, performance, and intermedia. He is interested in exploring the perception of the self and embodied and fragmented consciousnesses in the context of internet culture under late capitalism in the age of the Anthropocene. His works have been awarded and featured at such festivals as the Dublin Music Current Festival, MA/IN Matera Intermedia Festival in Italy, Montreal Contemporary Music Lab (MCML), National Student Electronic Music Event (NSEME) at the University of North Texas, Los Angeles Emerging Artist's Festival (LAEAF), the MATA Festival in NYC and others. He was composer in residence and is a fellow at I-Park Inc. in East Haddam, CT and has been active as a performer in the New York and Montreal DIY music scenes, having toured Europe, the UK, Canada, and the USA with different projects. He holds a Bachelor of Music in Music Composition and World Religions Studies from McGill University where he studied composition under Melissa Hui and Philippe Leroux.