Adam Krasz is a sound and media-artist from Pécs, Hungary. He finished his degree in Electronic Music at the University of Pécs in 2015 followed by studies on Media Design at the Moholy-Nagy University of Arts, Budapest. As a musician he performed at the UH Fest, Budapest, at the Aurora Club and at various clubs and exhibitions in Pécs. As a composer he had his piece performed at the competition of composers at the Liszt Ferenc Music Academy and the Open Society Archives’ music competition. As an artist he won the 3rd Prize in the category of Installation art at the National Scientific Students’ Associations Conference and participated in numerous workshops and group exhibitions, most notably in the 2015 OFF Biennale and Kunsthalle Budapest’s Pictures and Pixels
During the spring 2016, Krasz was awarded an artist residency at the Spatial Sound Institute, which he used to create the work Strukturen (40‘). A minimalistic piece in every sense of the word, the few sounds used in this work origin from either classical orchestral instruments or natural sources. With the use of basic, repetitive rhythmic structures placed ever changing throughout the 4DSOUND system Strukturen encourages the audience to explore the space divided by instrumental and natural sounds merging into one and another.