Dylan Sheridan is a multi-disciplinary Tasmanian artist and composer who is forging distinctive new territory in experimental music and performance. His work represents an intricate convergence of sound, performance, audience and adaptive technologies – a composition of elements that often exists on the boundaries of visual, sound and performed art. Since 2014, he has created or co-created 14 original works, typically incorporating custom built instruments, electronics, objects and software, and original music composition. His work is often presented in increasingly unconventional forms and settings – evolving from concert halls and theatres to gunpowder magazines and car washes. He has three times been nominated for a Green Room Award, receiving the award for Best Experimental Sound Performance for Crush, performed in a carwash in 2017. Dylan holds a Bachelor of Music and Arts from the University of Tasmania and a Master of Music from the College Conservatory of Music, Cincinnati, USA.