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Jeff Morton is a composer, musician, and media artist whose projects are playful, experimental explorations of sound, sound-making, communication, and compositional processes using found and musical objects or materials. In performance, composition, and installation, his work has been presented by ensembles and in galleries and festivals across Canada and internationally.

In 2017, the artist performed an original electronic music composition at The Lido (Vancouver) as guest artist for Panospria Soiree; he showed new work for synthesizer, cassette tapes, and electronics at Démembrace Tape Release (La Vitrola, Montreal); and he presented an 80-minute minimal sound piece for the Improvising Musicians of Ottawa/Outaouais series #153 (House of Common, Ottawa).

Jeff Morton is a Saskatchewan artist based in the rural Southeast corner of the province. He has worked for galleries and arts organizations such as the Dunlop Art Gallery, the MacKenzie Art Gallery, the Art Gallery of Regina, Holophon Audio Arts, and the Saskatchewan Cultural Exchange Society, and in 2017 he completed a five-year term of employment in Ottawa at the Canada Council for the Arts, where he was a Program Officer in the Music Section managing the New Music program, the Commissioning of Canadian Compositions program, and the Jules Léger Prize for New Chamber Music.



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Composition and Performance by Jeff Morton

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electronic music alias (production)      

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electronic music alias (performance) 

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All the Horses  (media installation)   (audio)            

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snow on the ground  (video and sound installation)

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full hoodie   (humour/clothing/transcription)           

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drawings    (2010)

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Repeat Repeat Offender (quartet)     (vimeo)          

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notaations (duo)         

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mille bayous (trio)

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dj mixes