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Mark C. Jackman began recording scores for experimental film and dance in 1984 while studying Experimental Electronic Music under Vladimir Ussachevsky (the co-inventor of electronic music/musique concrète, in 1927 with Otto Leuning - see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vladimir_Ussachevsky ) and Music/Art/Aesthetic Philosophy with Paul Banham at the University of Utah.
Jackman relocated to San Francisco in 1988 at which point he began using the project name "skozey fetisch."
The current focus of skozey fetisch is acoustic and field recordings presented with minimal, or no manipulation. While per suing this new focus, the project is still actively recording electronic experiments as well.