Kim Nucci

Kim Nucci (OAK) is a media artist, composer/improviser and technologist. They perform on saxophone, electronics, voice and live projection. Their research interests most recently are exploring the pedestrian cybernetic body through critically examining our relationship with technology and with our instruments. They are also invested in the exploration of ritualism and trance states in improvisation. Kim holds an MFA in Electronic Music and Recording Media, an MA in Music Composition from Mills College, a BA in Visual Arts from Bennington College. They currently teach courses in electronic music at California Jazz Conservatory. They are part of the sound and stage department at ACRE residency, where they teach workshops on modular synthesis and sound engineering for “non-dudes”. They are a part of Driven Arts Collective, having recently directed/filmed the video work “Quarant Time” documenting the collective’s rehearsal process during 2020 and assisted with filming “Z A G A.” Previously, they did show programming and co-authored music & video elements for Khôra.