Japanese New Zealander composer, jazz musician, remixer and electronic music producer Mark de Clive-Lowe is an internationally established artist with over 20 years’ creative output spanning multiple genres and continents. A key figure in the early 2000’s London underground music scene and Los Angeles-based since 2008, Mark has released 20 solo albums and collaborated on stage and in the studio with the likes of Eric Harland, Zakir Hussain, Kaoru Watanabe, Nate Smith, Shigeto and Kamasi Washington. Recent works have seen Mark take deep-dives into his Japanese roots, exploring ancestral futurism and diasporic narratives through the lens of jazz and electronica with the audio visual NFT album Motherland, Heritage double-album and his Ronin Arkestra project featuring Japan’s most acclaimed jazz musicians. Mark is a recipient of the 2021 U.S.-Japan Creative Artists Fellowship, the Founding Artist in Residence for Initiatives of Change’ La Ceiba Festival 2020. He is an active curator, educator and community builder; founder of Mashibeats – a specialist global creator community; and co-founder of music collaboration platform Everwave.