Niko Yamamoto (1995) works with integrated systems of sound and action to augment experiences of body and environment. As a composer, their work encompasses an array of performance practices, primarily of music and theatre. Impulse, feedback, and resonance are frequently explored as processes to guide development and deterioration. As an artist-scholar of sound and technology in the context of music performance, their research investigates systems of expression in documentation, interpretation, and delivery, relative to the spaces they occupy or embody, to critically address experience in composition of moment.