I am a composer, performer, and visual artist.
I am currently studying for a PhD in music composition at Huddersfield University.
I previously gained my bachelor's degree in music from the same institution,
and I was awarded a Master's degree from the Royal Conservatoire in The Hague.
I am a founding member of the independent research body, The Institute Of Applied Cultural Economics and Sociology, and its subsidiary New Fordist Organization artist collective.
Between 2012 and 2013, I helped run the twitter-based daily experimental text score service Text Score A Day.
I have previously played in the music and performance-art group Acid Police Noise Ensemble, and in Huddersfield's experimental Edges Ensemble.
I engage in quite a lot of writing and editing related to music.
In 2015, I edited Huddersfield University's 5th edition of its CeReNeM Journal about New Music.
I have previously been involved in editing independent publications for The Institutes of ACES and my own, short-lived Much Too Much Noise zine for radical aesthetics.
I currently publish confrontationally conceptual work by myself and others under the same name.
I co-curate a series of concerts for experimental music and performance art, called Weisslich in London.
The rest of my life is shrouded in mystery.
You would probably also learn more about me from these things that other people have written:
Louis d'Heudieres - Better Know A Weisslich: David Pocknee
Christian Drew - Music, art, machines and more.