Kosmas Giannoutakis is a composer, sound artist, computer musician, and researcher based in upstate New York. He is a Ph.D. candidate in Electronic Arts at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, where he investigates the emerging field of decentralization, which is crucial for understanding and navigating the incipient musicalities in the labyrinthine era of algorithmic automation. His artist output includes a wide range of acoustic and electroacoustic music genres such as acousmatic music, film music, robotic and interactive sound installations, audiovisual game performances, algorithmic and computer-generated compositions, concert installations, live-electronics, live coding, telematic performances, systematic processes of collaborative composition and Machine-Learning generated media. His works have been presented at various international festivals and conferences, such as inSonic in ZKM Karlsruhe, ALIFE 2018 conference in Tokyo, Ecos Urbanos 2022 festival at EMPAC in Troy NY, Matera Intermedia Festival, San Francisco Tape Music Festival, LIPS (Laboratoire In(ter)disciplinaire de Prototypes Scéniques & Sonores) at GRAME in Lyon, eviMus6 in Saarbrücker, [sound]Spectrum New Music Seminar in Bydgoszcz, Multimedia Festival Diffrazioni in Florence, IS IT WORKING? International festival of art, science and technology in Ljubljana, Sound Campus at Kunstuniversität Linz, Junge SIGNALE concert series in Graz, Soundislands Festival in Singapore, Toronto International Electroacoustic Symposium, New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival, Gaudeamus Muziekweek 2015 and ICMC 2016 in Utrecht, REAL/UNREAL BEAST FEaST 2016 in Birmingham, klingt gut! 2016 in Hamburg, 13th Athens Digital Arts Festival, Sonic Realities 2018 in Aberdeen, Workshop-in-Exposition – Thresholds of the Algorithmic in Bergen, xCoAx 2017 in Lisbon, “The Digital Body” International Exhibition in Bucharest.