Liam Power (b. 1991) is a multidisciplinary artist and creative-coder based in Melbourne, Australia. He works a lot with video, sound and data.
His work primarily questions and critiques the boundaries of systems and their function. These systems could be computing technologies, perceptual and cognitive relations, or corporate surveillance techniques. Coming from a background in sound and live music, his practice incorporates improvisation, deep listening and an exploration of uncommon sound sources.
A recent graduate of the Honours Program at RMIT (First Class), he has been moving towards a online presentation format since 2019. His work has been previously exhibited at Bunjil Place (2021), Kings ARI (2018), Longplay (2017), and in experimental sound events and gigs throughout Melbourne.