Ryo Ikeshiro is an artist and researcher whose work deals with sound, media and computation. He explores contemporary notions of otherness as manifested through technology and sound. His practice includes audiovisual performances, sound installations, interactive works, generative art, electronic music, data visualisation and sonification, video, 3D prints, and engravings. Recent works explore issues of diversity and net culture through using deep learning, computer vision, the singing voice synthesis software Vocaloid, found footage, onomatopoeia and directional audio technology. He was part of the Asia Culture Center’s inaugural exhibition in Gwangju, South Korea, and his TeleText art pages have been broadcast on German, Austrian and Swiss national TV. He is a contributor to "Sound Art Sound as a medium of art", a forthcoming publication from ZKM Karlsruhe, he is featured in the Electronic Music volume of the Cambridge Introductions to Music series, and his articles have been published in the journal Organised Sound. He has a PhD from Goldsmiths, University of London. The topic explored was real-time data sonification and visualisation—or live “audiovisualisation”—of emergent generative systems within the framework of audiovisual and computational art.