Bosch & Simons is a duo consisting of artists Peter Bosch and Simone Simons. "From 1985, the beginning of our collaboration in Amsterdam, we have been involved in performances, concerts and theatre productions. Since 1990, however, we have focused in particular on the development of autonomous “music machines”" […]
Cathy van Eck (1979 Belgium/Netherlands) is a composer, sound artist, and researcher in the arts. She focuses on composing relationships between everyday objects, human performers, and sound. Her artistic work includes performances with live-electronics and installations with sound objects which she often designs herself. […]
Till Bovermann studied and worked at Bielefeld University where he received a PhD for his work on Tangible Auditory Interfaces. In his artistic works, he addresses the relationship between seemingly contradictory elements, e.g. the digital and physical realm. […]
Yuri Landman (1973) is a musician and an inventor of musical instruments. Based on prepared guitar techniques, he built his first instrument in 2001 to solve the inaccuracy of instant preparations. He has built experiments for acts such as Sonic Youth, dEUS, Melt-Banana, Rhys Chatham, Ex-Easter Island Head, Half Japanese, Kaki King. […]
Jenny Pickett's practice crosses: sculpture, sound, drawing, video, interactivity and performance. Julien Ottavi is a mediactivist, artist-researcher, composer / musician, poet and tongues destroyer, experimental film maker and anarchitect. Both artists are members of the artist collective APO33 […]
::vtol:: is the alias of Moscow-based media artist and musician Dmitry Morozov who implements his ideas in technological art: robotics, sound art, science art. He also develops and creates experimental musical instruments and modular synthesizers. He regularly holds workshops and lectures dedicated to technological practices in art. […]
Marco Donnarumma (b. 1984) is a performance artist and scholar. A unique presence in contemporary performance, he distinguishes himself by his use of emerging technology to deliver body performances that are at once intimate and powerful, oneiric and uncompromising, sensual and confrontational. Working with biotechnology, biophysical sensing, and more recently artificial intelligence and neurorobotics, Donnarumma expresses the chimerical nature of the body with a new and unsettling intensity. He is renown for his skill in using sound, whose physicality and depth he exploits to create experiences of instability, awe, shock and entrainment. […]
Maciej Ożóg is a sound artist, culture and media theorist based in Lodz, Poland. Since the early nineties he’s been involved in experimental music scene of Poland. In his solo performances he critically explores the liminal territory between body physical activity and invisible electric infrastructure of hybrid space. He uses custom designed instruments and devices as well as digital and analogue electronics. […]
Copenhagen based composer and iii founding member Lars Kynde has invited Tobias Lukassen and Christian Liljedahl from the artist initiative Illutron in Copenhagen to cooperate on the production of a new work, ”Pulse Jet Symphony”, that will be first developed at Illutron and then further developed in The Hague and presented by iii together with Satellietgroep and TodaysArt at the Zandmotor. […]
The Hague based visual artist Ana Lemnaru and musician Grzegorz Marcinak will develop a collaborative work in cooperation with 3 invited guests. Together they will work on “Digging Piece", a performative installation involving natural and electronic sounds merged with participative aspects of labour. […]
Marije Baalman is an artist and researcher/developer working in the field of interactive sound art. Since 2010 she works as a freelance artist and developer from Amsterdam and works as a hardware engineer at STEIM. Her current research goes into the use of wireless networks for live performance, installations and interactive environments.In her artistic work she is interested in the realtime components of the work. To realise her works she mostly uses open source technology (software and hardware) and she is an active contributor to the open source community. […]
Tena Lazarevic studied Architecture at the University of Belgrade in Serbia where she got her MA worked amongst others at Archipro Architeture Office in Belgrade, for the Pavillion of Montenegro of the Venice Biennale of Architecture. As an Architect her starting point is to focusing on atmospheres and feelings. Mostly guided by intuition and interested in exploring the borders of architecture. Working on small scale architecture – residential, public spaces, installations integrating natural elements such as natural sounds in public spaces making the cities more liveable. […]
Jeroen Uyttendaele is an artist who works mostly with sound and its relation to materiality, light, space, time and the viewer. This translates itself in the development of audiovisual instruments, installations and sound compositions. Jeroen often uses basic properties of technology such as electricity, metal, conductive materials as his main tools of expression. […]
Doron Sadja is an American artist, composer and curator based in Berlin whose work explores modes of perception and the experience of sound, light, and space. Working primarily with multichannel spatialized sound – combining pristine electronics with lush romantic synthesizers, extreme frequencies, dense noise, and computer-enhanced acoustic instruments, Sadja creates post-human, hyper-emotive sonic architecture. […]
Jo Caimo is a visual artist, composer, performer and musician. He studied media-art at KASK Ghent Belgium. He works with reporting, sound recording, video installation, Gesamtkunstwerk, performance, internet based things. He uses music and new media as a basis to make spatial work. New mainstream media like Skype, bluetooth, html, Wifi, and 3G are used by him in several ways. […]
Patrizia Ruthensteiner is an interdisciplinary artist from Vienna. She creates costumes from parallel universes in which predetermined valuations of subjectivity and physical form are pushed into absurdity. She aims to reverse common concepts of what is defined as plant, animal, human or inanimate, blurring the boundaries of life, theatre, performance, architecture, fashion and sound art. […]
Jamie Allen and Will Schrimshaw work as artists, researchers, musicians and educators. Through performance, installations and workshops their collaborative work explores noise as a source of creative potential. As improvisers they work with white light, handmade synthesizers and drums. […]
Echo Ho is a interdisciplinary artist and composer, who was born in Beijing lives and works in Cologne. Her artistic practice often shows a complex migrational context and conceptual links of culturally diverse materials and artistic discipline, which ranges from mixed media, audio video installations, art interventions to performances. […]
Since 1990 Kaffe Matthews has made and performed new electro-acoustic music worldwide with a variety of things and places such as violin, theremin, wild salmon, Scottish weather, NASA scientists, Grand Union Canal, bicycles, hammerhead sharks, school children, desert stretched wires and the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra.
The Bicrophonic Research Institute (BRI) is an association that makes music and audio landscapes to be triggered and played by you the cyclist. Not an app and free of the internet, it creates an outdoor listening experience for all, the antithesis of headphones.
Katherine Liberovskaya (CA) is a video/media artist based in Montreal and New York. Involved in experimental video since the 80s, she has produced numerous videos, video installations and performances shown at various events and venues around the world.
Phill Niblock (USA) is an intermedia artist using music, film, photography, video and computers. Since the mid-60′s he has been making music and intermedia performances which have been shown at numerous venues around the world. […]
Attila Faravelli lives and works in Milano (Italy). In his practice he explores the relationship between sound, space and body. He is founder and curator for the Aural Tools project, a series of simple objects to document the material and conceptual processes of specific musicians’ sound production practice. […]
The research of Quiet ensemble goes through the observation of the balance between chaos and control, nature and technology, creating subjects that perfectly merges the those elements, elements that take form from the relation of organic and artificial subjects, moving the attention to insignificant and wonderful elements, like the movement of a fly or the sound of trees. […]