Robert Blatt's work is characterized by elements of performance,notation, sound, object, situation and environment.Much of his work explores and questions the constituents and entanglements of sound, space and listening, leading to a number of pieces employing(psycho) acoustic phenomena, site-specificity, electro acoustics, and the multifacetedness of spectrum,tuning and noise. His practice is typically process driven, and is therefore often concerned with temporality, modality, language and relation. When utilizing algorithmic techniques, computational or simplistic, they typically serve as a vehicle for engaging with the multiplicity, systematicity and interactivity of the world. Distance and intimacy, the cultural dimensions of music making and the possibilities of art in creating alternate, parallel realities are recent interests, as well as an on going engagement with movement and ritual within performance. His work has been presented throughout the U.S. and Europe, and he has collaborated with a number of different artists, performers and ensembles. He holds a Master of Music from the Royal Conservatory in The Netherlands, and a Bachelor of Music from the University of Washington in Seattle.