Samuel Riot
Installations
Patterns
2016, SIGNAL, Brooklyn, NY, United States
Sound and light installation developed in collaboration with Nitemind. READ MORE

Music for an Elevator
2016, Centre d'Art Contemporain, Geneva, Switzerland
John Armleder and Stéphane Armleder commission original compositions to be played as background music in the elevator of the Centre d'Art Contemporain. READ MORE
333 – Sample
2015, Schwarzwaldallee, Basel, Switzerland
Sound and video installation developed in collaboration with Jeff Rossi and Dominik Hodel in situ during Sample, a month-long exhibition at Schwarzwaldallee in Basel, Switzerland. READ MORE









Objects
2015, Espace Libre, Biel, Switzerland
Sound installation based on a generative algorithmic composition. READ MORE
First Smell of the Moon
2015, Space O'NewWall, Seoul, Republic Of Korea
Sound and video installation developed in collaboration with Sinae Yoo. READ MORE






Music
Wildlife!
Patterns
2016, Mixpak Records, Digital
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Young Palace
Locus
2015, Praesens Editionen, Limited Edition Vinyl + Digital
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Fragments
2014, Praesens Editionen, Limited Edition Vinyl + Digital
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Samuel Riot is a Swiss music producer, composer and sound artist. His solo work focuses on electronic music and sound installation. He releases music as Wildlife! and as Young Palace. Samuel Riot was born in 1980 in Bern, Switzerland. He earned a BA in Recording Arts from SAE International Technology College Zurich / Middlesex University London in 2009, an MA in Contemporary Arts Practice (Music & Media Arts) from Bern University of the Arts in 2015, and has been awarded production grants from the City of Bern, Canton of Bern and the Swiss Arts Council. He lives and works in Bern, Switzerland and Brooklyn, New York.

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If seeing is believing then hearing is imagining

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