Thanos Polymeneas-Liontiris is a composer, performer and sound artist. His practice comprises computer-aided compositions, interactive audiovisual installations and interactive music for dance, theatre and multimedia performances.
He obtained a BA in Double Bass, and a BA in Electronic Music and Composition from Rotterdam Conservatoire, while following courses at the Institute of Sonology (Royal Conservatoire of The Hague) and at IRCAM. In addition, he has obtained two MA degrees both with distinction, one in Art and Technology from the University of Valencia and the other in Creative Education from Falmouth University. In 2012 he was awarded fellowship of the UK Higher Education Academy. His scientific publications encompass subjects related to Pedagogy and Aesthetics.
Between 2011 and 2014 he worked as Technical Instructor of the Recording and Sound Studios of the Department of Performance at Falmouth University. Currently he is an AHRC funded researcher at University of Sussex where he also works as Associate Tutor. Thanos is proficient in computer programming and in speaks fluently five languages (Greek, English, Spanish, Italian and Dutch). He is founding member of the Dutch artists collective Apes Container.