Adam Buffington

Graduate Associate
Graduate Associates
Musicology

Adam Buffington is a PhD student in Historical Musicology. His research, informed by extensive archival and ethnographic work, examines the development of the Reykjavik arts community during the middle to late 20th century through encounters between prominent International and Icelandic artists. Before attending Ohio State, Adam received the MM in Composition from the Hartt School of Music. His work explores the experiential effects of glacial physical movement and gesture in combination with quiet, delicate noise and prolonged silences, and has been presented at such venues as Hartford Art School, Real Art Ways (Hartford), Ely Center of Contemporary Art (New Haven), 400 West Rich (Columbus), Mengi (Reykjavik), and Reykjavik Art Museum, among others.

 

Areas of Expertise
  • Musicology
Education
  • MM, Composition, Hartt School of Music