Karl Yerkes works at the intersection of art, sound, code and performance. He teaches
Media Arts and Technology to graduate students at the University of California, Santa Barbara. His
interests include immersive systems, bio-inspired simulation, multimodal interaction, low-complexity art,
chaos and complex systems, audiovisual analysis/resynthesis, and programming as artistic practice.
- 🔭 I’m currently working on a system for live-compiling C for audio synthesis.
- 🌱 I’m currently learning the Raku programming language as well as Rust.
- 👯 I’m looking to collaborate on projects at the intersection of art and code.
- 🤔 I’m looking for help with Rust.
- 💬 Ask me about SOMNIUM
- 📫 How to reach me: name at gmail
- 😄 Pronouns: he/him
- ⚡ Fun fact: Yerkish is an artificial language developed for use by non-human primates.