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Mitch Renaud is an interdisciplinary MA student at the University of Victoria, where he is a member of the Cultural, Social, and Political Thought program. He is thinking about noise, materiality, fidelity, along with the more-than-human in relation to sound and music. Mitch is a composer and a member of the Blue Moss Ensemble. More about his practice can be found at mitchrenaud.com.
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