Patrick Valiquet (b. Ottawa, 1979) is a writer and musician studying the history and philosophy of music research and music technology. Since 2000 he intermittently performs and releases electronic music, conceptual art and experimental video as pino the frog, The Animalizer, DJ Tina Facelift, Cetirizine HCL, and Fantasy Kitchens, and he has played alongside such fine artists as Arlen Thompson, Jeremy Rotsztain, Phil Thomson, Kyd Campbell, Lauren Mannigel, Gottfried Michael Koenig, Alain Lefebvre, Alexander Wilson, Acid Police Noise Ensemble, MoreMoreMore, mxwx, and hellocatfood.

Associate Editor, Contemporary Music Review, 2015-present

British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Edinburgh, 2017-2021

Early Career Fellow, Institute of Musical Research, University of London, 2016-2017

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Fonds de Recherche du Québec/University of Edinburgh, 2014-2016

Doctor of Philosophy in Music, University of Oxford, 2010-2014

Master in Sonology, Koninklijk Conservatorium, 2008-2010

Graduate Certificate in Digital Media, Concordia University, 2006-2008

Bachelor of Music in Performance, McGill University, 1996-2000

Video still, Praise Internet Jesus Pt. 2 (2020)