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Born 1963 in Czechoslovakia. Milan Guštar is an interdisciplinary researcher, artist and technologist. As a composer he works mostly in the areas of minimalism, microtonality and algorithmic composition. Lives in [[Prague]].
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'''Milan Guštar''' (1963, Czechoslovakia) is an interdisciplinary researcher, artist and technologist. As a composer he works mostly in the areas of minimalism, microtonality and algorithmic composition. He has provided technical support for the works by [[David Černý]], [[Silver]], [[Federico Díaz]], [[Miloš Vojtěchovský]], [[Michael Bielický]] and others since 1987. He lives in [[Prague]].
 
 
He has been providing technical support for the works by [[David Černý]], [[Silver]], [[Federico Díaz]], [[Miloš Vojtěchovský]], [[Michael Bielický]] and others since 1987.
 
  
 
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* http://www.uvnitr.cz/
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* [http://www.uvnitr.cz/ Personal website]
 
* http://www.noise.cz/artech
 
* http://www.noise.cz/artech
* http://cs.wikipedia.org/wiki/Milan_Gu%C5%A1tar
 
 
* http://cas.famu.cz/?p=76
 
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* [http://www.novasynagoga.sk/milan-gustar-6/ Exhibition at Nová synagóga Žilina], 2017.
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Milan Guštar (1963, Czechoslovakia) is an interdisciplinary researcher, artist and technologist. As a composer he works mostly in the areas of minimalism, microtonality and algorithmic composition. He has provided technical support for the works by David Černý, Silver, Federico Díaz, Miloš Vojtěchovský, Michael Bielický and others since 1987. He lives in Prague.

Books
  • Electrophones. History, Principles, and Contexts. Part I - Electromechanical Musical Instruments, 2007. [1]
  • Electrophones. History, Principles, and Contexts. Part II - Electronic Musical Instruments, 2008. [2]
Links