Marco Susino, P.hD., is a multi award-winning, multi-cultural video and music artist and researcher on music and emotions. He is Lecturer in Creative Arts for Assemblage Centre for Creative Arts,  Flinders University, Australia and Visiting Artist and Scholar for The Juilliard School, New York. As an artist, his work is characterised and informed by emotional expressions through music, video and dance.  His mission is to reflect the the diverse ways in which we express emotions through radical and stylised  video art and music.  

He is the author of multiple international peer-reviewed journal articles and recipient of the prestigious Endeavour Fellowship 

To date, he received 15 national and international competitive award  and received over $194,000 in funding. He also collaborated on two Australian Research Council (ARC) Projects worth $1.2 million dollars to conduct research on music and emotion.

He holds a P.hD., a Master degree, and a Licentiate in Music .

 

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He has worked and performed across Europe, the Americas and Australasia, including at the National Institute of Dramatic Arts (NIDA) in Sydney, the  Concert Hall, Sydney Opera House, and the Queen Elizabeth Hall in London. He  recorded music for both Universal and Polydor and a TV performance for the Beijing Olympics 2008.