Alex Mørch (b. 1987, Denmark) is a transdisciplinary composer and artist whose works often integrate elements of exploited technology, opera, noise, performance, light and robotics in spatial installations and concerts. Driven by the fundamental nature of our existence entangled with the forthcoming technological disruption, his works reflect on a relationship between flesh, machine and spirit – pure randomness and perfect synchronicity; that everything is connected and the exact opposite.
Alex Mørch holds an advanced postgraduate diploma in electronic composition from Danish Institute of Electronic Music (DIEM) at the Royal Academy of Music Aarhus, with lessons at Computer Music Center and School of the Arts at Columbia University, New York. His works have been shown various places from The National Gallery of Denmark to an abandoned fish factory in Seyðisfjörður.