Salman Bakht

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Both A and, incoherently, B.

- Lecercle, Jean-Jacques, "Philosophy of Nonsense: The Intuitions of Victorian Nonsense Literature"


Salman Bakht is a Ph. D. student in the Media Arts and Technology Program at UC Santa Barbara. He has a master's degree in electrical engineering from Columbia University with a focus in digital signal processing and multimedia. Salman also composes computer music.


Salman is interested in researching music composition using sample-based synthesis and sound analysis, the use of signal processing and statistical techniques to explore the abstract and referential characteristics of recorded sound within the context of a musical piece. Within this course, Salman hopes to study the interaction between abstract and referential qualities of a literary work as being simultaneously a sampling of language, a series of sound events (when spoken), and a narrative construct.


Personal Website


Alice Adaptation Project


Research Report: Alice's Adventures in Intermedia Collage

New Media Nonsense

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