Giorgio Sancristoforo is an italian sound artist.

Graduated at SAE College and trained at the state-of-the-art THX certified post-production facility Marinastudios, started his career as sound engineer and designer in music and advertising.

In 2007 he has written and directed for MTV Italy 11 short documentaries on electronic music called Tech Stuff, produced by The Box Films and lately published as DVD + book by isbnedizioni.

Since 2005 he has written several softwares (Gleetchplugs, Gleetchlab 1/2/3, OM, Berna, Variations) for sound-design and experimental music, appreciated in over 40 countries worldwide by thousands of musicians, producers, and teachers.

He’s member of AGON contemporary music center of Milan and works with interactive installations, experimental music, software design and education.

His sounds and installations have been featured at the Shangai Expo 2010, Palazzo Reale of Milano, Accademia Filarmonica Romana, Valli Theater of Reggio Emilia, the National Museum of Science and Technology of Milano, EUR Roma, MAGA Museum Gallarate, Arena del Sole Theater of Bologna, Onedotzero, Nemo France, IDAP China and Japan, Le Cube France and Lovebytes UK and next Tempo Reale Festival 2015 Firenze, Danae Festival 2015 Milano, Effusion Festival 2015 Mexico.

He’s also the author of Audioscan MILANO (mapped the sounds of the entire city of Milano) published by postmediabooks, and TechStuff Video Manual of Electronic Music, published by isbnedizioni and directs the Reihe Laptop Ensemble of Milan.

Giorgio Sancristoforo is available for classes and lectures (English or Italian language) as well as site-specific installations and concerts.

He’s member of the Electronic Music Foundation since 2010.