Floating Sound Gallery

Victoria Morgunova

Victoria Morgunova — media artist, musician. Born in 1995 in Tver, where she graduated with honours from the school of art at the Tver College of culture named after N. A. Lvov.  In 2012 she moved to Saint Petersburg, where she attended Pavlov First State Medical University of St. Petersburg.  Since 2015 she studies and […]

Olga Zubova

Olga Zubova is a sound and visual artist, performer, and an art historian. Works in various mediums, including sound, performance, video, and installations. In her projects, she investigates human self-representation in different realities, and draws on a speculative or parafictional approach, creating alternative scenarios of the world. Born in Siberia, she now lives and works […]

Jean-Claude Risset

Jean-Claude Risset. Born in 1938, Jean-Claude Risset studied piano, music, and music composition with André Jolivet, in parallel with his scientific studies at the École Normale Supérieure. He is known as one of the leading pioneers of computer sound synthesis along with Max Mathews and John Chowning. At the Bell Laboratories in the 1960s, he […]

Matthias Makowsky

Matthias Alexander Makowsky (*1978, Vienna) — composer, producer, musician, artist, curator. Projects in the fields of visual arts, concerts, performances, multimedia, installations. Studied computer music and electronic media at University of Music and Performing Arts,  design, architecture and environment at the Applied Arts University (Vienna). Sound research and sound projection activities at MAK Nite, TramJam, the […]

Katharina Klement

Katharina Klement born 1963 in Austria, active as composer-performer in the field of composed and improvised, electronic and instrumental music. Numerous cross-connecting projects within the fields of music-text-video. She is particularly interested in the piano and its extended playing techniques. Founder and member of several ensembles for improvised music. International concerts and performances, most recently in […]

Jorge Sad

Jorge Sad Levi, Buenos Aires (1959). He has studied composition at Buenos Aires Catholic University and at Université de Montréal.  He has been distinguished with the First Prize at the City of Buenos Aires Composition Contest. He has been working in acousmatic, mixed and multimedia compositions in many different studios around the world, like LIEM and […]

Horacio Vaggione

Horacio Vaggione has been integrating computers to his approach to composition since the 1970s. His body of work includes electroacoustic pieces, mixed pieces, and instrumental music. Born in 1943 in Argentina, Vaggione has been residing in France since 1978. He studied piano with Ornella Ballestreri and composition at Universidad Nacional de Córdoba (Argentina, 1959-62) and […]

Elsa Justel

Elsa Justel (Argentine-France). PhD in Aesthetics, Science and Technology of the Arts at the University of Paris, Elsa Justel currently works as an independent composer and video artist, having received commissions from the French government and different European production studies. She has received composition awards such as: Prix Ton Bruynèl, Netherlands (2005), Prix Ars Electronica, Austria […]

Dmitri Kourliandski

Dmitri Kourliandski, born 1976 in Moscow, graduated from the Moscow Conservatory and completed post-graduate course led by Leonid Bobylev. His compositions won prizes at the international composers competitions, including the Gaudeamus Prize 2003, Gianni Bergamo Classic Music Award 2010, Johann Joseph Fux opera composition competition 2011, Andrey Voznesensky foundation “Parabola” prize 2016, Franco Abbiati 2017 […]

Diego Losa

Diego Losa. A member of INA GRM (Music Research Group) and in charge of the digitisation of GRM’s original work, Diego Losa is also a sound manager and technical assistant to guest composers at INA. A Sound Engineering professor at Sorbonne (Paris I) and EICAR Film School, Diego also teaches electroacoustic music at St-Etienne Conservatoire à rayonnement régional. Diego […]

Daniil Koronkevich

Daniil Koronkevich — sound engineer, composer, theatrical sound designer. His attention to sound as environment stems from his earlier job as geophysicist, in which kind he largely traveled to many remote territories of Russia — Altai, Chukotka, and Kola Peninsula. In his current works, he is driven by intention to transpose and scale those unique soundscapes through […]

Angélica Castelló

Angélica Castelló — composer, sound artist. Using field recordings, radio and cassette devices together with the extravagant sounds of the paetzold recorder, composer and sound artist Angelica Castelló journeys through the enigmatic land of lost memories, death and traumatic encounters, fragility, dreamworld and the subconscious. Born in Mexico City, Castelló studied classical recorder and composition […]

Alexander Belousoff

Alexander Belousoff — director and composer. He studied in Kiev Conservatory, in Boris Yukhananov’s Studio of individual direction and in the Laboratory of Anatoly Vasilyev. Author / director of operas “Maniosis”, “Maniosis 2” and “The Book of Seraphim” and composer for many productions of Stanislavsky Electrotheatre: “Thunderstorm”, “Dostoevsky FM”, “Maids”, “MEDEAMATERIAL”, “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”, “Engagement”, […]

Ilia Symphocat

Ilia Symphocat - the project of musician, composer, curator, sound engineer and owner of music label Simphonic Silence Inside, Ilia Pucheglazov. The project was created in 2005 and for a long time Ilia experienced many stylistic influences until he came to harmony and creative space for searching in Ambient music. Symphocat’s works and performances can be […]

Matija Schellander

Matija Schellander (born 1981 in Lud­mannsdorf-Bilčovs, Austria) studied double bass at the Conservatory of the City of Vienna and completed the course for com­puter music at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna. His influences are manifold and range from Musique Con­crete to Hip-Hop, Techno, Improv, Jazz, New Music, Early Music, Traditional and Film Music. […]

Anton Nikkilä

Anton Nikkilä (born 1965) is a musician, composer and media artist who lives and works in Helsinki. He started making music with his group Swissair in the ”post-punk” milieu of the early 80’s. Composing electronic music since the mid-80′s he released his first solo album in 1998 on Moscow’s Exotica label. His duo with the Moscow […]

Rushaniya Nizamutdinova

Rushaniya Nizamutdinova (instructor of a “Digital technologies in music” course at TISBI University) graduated from the Moscow State Conservatory as a composer. She is a participant of international festivals, such as The sound projects festival Zeppelin 2016, 2018 (Spain (on the Internet platform)), OUA-EMF 2017 (Osaka University Of Arts, Japan) Electroacoustic Music Festival 2017, Acousmonium […]

Gilles Racot

Gilles Racot (b.1951) “Phonurgie” / 1997-98, 20’00” Commissioned by French Ministry of Culture for 50-years celebration of musique concrete in INA GRM.  “Épiphonies” / 1993, 21’00” Commissioned by INA GRM. Chronomorphoses.  Intégrales / 2002-2006 Commande  de  l’État français et de l’INA-GRM. Suite en 10 mouvements. Durée totale: 52′ 1. Ronde minérale. 2. Fureur étincelles. 3. Ombres d’hommes. 4. Mémoire de […]

Todor Todoroff

Todor Todoroff Electrical Engineer with a specialization in telecommunications from the Free University of Brussels (ULB, 1987), he received a First Prize and a post-graduate diploma in Electroacoustic Composition from the Royal Conservatories of Music in Brussels (1993) and in Mons (1996). He is co-founder and president of FeBeME-BEFEM (Belgian Federation of Electroacoustic Music) and […]

Françoise Barrière

Francis Dhomont

Francis Dhomont studied under Ginette Waldmeier, Charles Koechlin and Nadia Boulanger. In the late 40’s, in Paris (France), he intuitively discovered with magnetic wire what Pierre Schaeffer would later call “musique concrète” and consequently conducted solitary experiments with the musical possibilities of sound recording. Later, leaving behind instrumental writing, he dedicated himself exclusively to electroacoustic […]

Philippe Dao

Philippe Dao studied electroacoustic music and musical technologies with Mathew Adkins and Michael Clarke at Huddersfield University. He worked at IRCAM and then at GRM, where he has been in charge of music production since 2006. In parallel, he composes electroacoustic and electronic music and has collaborated in Radio France radio creation broadcast.

Emmanuel Richier

Emmanuel Richier was born in 1980. He joined INA GRM in 2017 in the production department. Collaborator for more than 10 years on the concerts of the GRM, he now welcomes the composers in the studios of creation, accompanies them during the concerts and is in charge of the support of the GRM Tools softwares. […]

Jules Négrier

Jules Négrier holds a master degree in acousmatic music and sound art from the University of Marne La Vallée. He has worked at the french national radio on spatial audio projects before joining the GRM in 2018 as a programming assistant. He also composes electroacoustic music and performs it live.

François Bonnet

François Bonnet is a Franco-Swiss composer, writer and theoretician based in Paris. He’s been a member of INA GRM since 2007 and became its Director in 2018. He has published several books (The Order of Sounds, a sonorous Archipelago and The Infra-World have been published in english by Urbanomic). His last work to date Après […]

Benjamin Thigpen

Benjamin Thigpen, nomad, born in the United States, with degrees inEnglish Literature, Comparative Literature and “Esthetics, Technologies and Artistic Creations”, immigrated to Paris at the age of 31. Since then, he has composed at GRM (Paris), at Musiques et Recherches (Belgium), at SCRIME (Bordeaux), at EMS (Stockholm), at the Visby International Centre for Composers (Sweden), […]

Ivo Malec

Ivo Malec – french composer born in 1925 in Zagreb, Croatia. After studying at the university and the conservatory of his hometown, Ivo Malec settled in Paris in 1959. He entered the GRM in 1960 and became the manager and producer of numerous events until 1990.Teacher in composition at the Paris Conservatory (1972-1990), he contributed […]

Bernard Parmegiani

Bernard Parmegiani (1927 – 2013). Born in 1927, Bernard Parmegiani spent his youth “between two pianos”, his mother’s and his father’s: “I was actually in between two pianos: on one side of my room was my father’s office, where he was teaching piano to the great students of the conservatory,and on the other side was […]

Luc Ferrari

Luc Ferrari was born in 1929. He asks himself about this sentence; first 1929. He has written numerous autobiographies in which he would fake dates. Writing makes him crazy, don’t ask him to do that. And because he didn’t want to appear to be younger, he would age himself. That’s why there are a lot […]

Pierre Schaeffer

Pierre Schaeffer (1910 – 1995) Pierre Schaeffer is mostly known as the inventor of musique concrete and as a specialist of mass medias.His musical discoveries as well as his long career in French radio and television diffusion allowed him to overcome esthetical and technical aspects to reach the social and political role of communication in […]

Armando Balice

Armando Balice is a French Italian composer, improviser, co-founder and director of the musical creation association Alcôme. In his electroacoustic, mixed and acousmatic compositions, he develops a very orchestral writing, and plays with the boundaries of genres. This approach leads him to develop a personal aesthetic influenced as much by classical music as by experimental music […]

Almut Schilling

Almut Schilling is a conservator and researcher, educated at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna and various international institutions. Based in Vienna, her studio is specified in preservation of electronic and digital art.As analog native she is highly interested in pushing her boundaries while working through challenging projects and thinking TRANSdisciplinarily.Framed by a practical and scientific […]

Till Bovermann

Till Bovermann is an artist and scientist, working with the sensation of sound and interaction. He studied Computer Science in the Natural Science, majoring in Robotics at Bielefeld University and worked at various institutes of Bielefeld University, Germany where he also received a PhD for his work on Tangible Auditory Interfaces.As post-doctoral researcher on tangible and […]

Hans Tammen

Hans Tammen likes to set sounds in motion, and then sitting back to watch the movements unfold. Using textures, timbre and dynamics as primary elements, his music is continuously shifting,with different layers floating into the foreground while others disappear. Whether richly processed guitar sounds from his hybrid interactive guitar/software instrument Endangered Guitar, traditionally notated material for his […]

Nicolas Canot

Nicolas Canot is a sound/digital artist, improviser, guitar player and teacher based in Reims, France. His work is focused for several years on electronic/electroacoustic music and sound creations, often relative to real or fictional acoustic spaces (binaural works, headphones live performances, computer controlled rotating speakers, multi-channels sound installations etc). His sound creations/installations were performed/showed in France, England, Romania, […]

Aleksandr Žedeljov

Aleksandr Žedeljov aka FAERSHTEIN - сomposer, musician, producer. Chamber music, bands, artists, theatre shows, film scores, fashion shows, media exhibitions and sound installation’s. He is producer and creator of “Modulshtein“, “Triophonix” , “Audiokinetica” and many other temporary art projects. After graduating from school he worked in theatre company’s including “Drugoi teater”, „Veneteater“, “Sadama teater”, “Eesti Drama theatre”, […]

Vinzenz Schwab

Vinzenz Schwab, born in Eastern Styria in 1981, studied computer music and electronic media at the Vienna University of Music. He works in the fields of electroacoustic music and live electronics, focusing on concrete sound material and its transformation possibilities with regard to algorithmic compositions for multichannel concerts as well as improvisation in different formations. […]

Thomas Gorbach

Thomas Gorbach (*1966, Vorarlberg/Austria) is the founder of Austrians first concert series that is dedicated to acousmatic music. With this project, The Acousmatic Project, he did intensive research within the last 10 years about building a multichannel loudspeakers orchestra, that finally is called The Vienna Acousmonium.    Every year two festivals are organised that present international artists […]

Burkhard Stangl

Dr. Burkhard Stangl (b.1960) is a prolific performer in the worlds of electro-acoustic improvisation and contemporary classical music, having participated in over 50 recordings. Lector at the University of Music and Performing Arts (Vienna) for improvisation and new streams in music, author of several books and many articles on cultural anthropology and music theory, among […]

Volkmar Klien

Growing up in Vienna Volkmar Klien (*1971, Hollabrunn) spent his childhood engulfed in the city’s rich musical life with all its glorious traditions and engrained rituals. Working from this background Volkmar Klien today strives to extend traditional practices of composing, producing and listening far beyond the established settings of concert music. He works in various […]

Daniel Teruggi

Born in Argentina in 1952, Daniel Teruggi has developed his professional career in France, where he lives since 1977. Composer and researcher, he has worked since 1981, at Ina (National Audiovisual Institute) in Paris. He has been the Director of Ina’s Musical Research Group, GRM, from 1997 to 2017 and Director or the Research and […]

François Bayle

François Bayle. Born in 1932 in Tamatave, Madagascar where he lived for 14 years. Studies in Bordeaux (1946—54). In 1958-60, François Bayle joined Pierre Schaeffer’s Groupe de Recherches Musicales in Paris, and between 1959-62 worked with Olivier Messiaen and Karlheinz Stockhausen. In 1966, Pierre Schaeffer put him in charge of the GRM which, in 1975, […]

Martina Claussen

Martina Claussen is a mezzo-soprano, vocal artist, composer and composer- performer.  The focal point of her work lies in the interaction of her own voice, which also is the main sound source of her electroacoustic compositions, and live electronics.  She studied voice, vocal pedagogy, computer music and electronic media at the University of Music and […]

Jean-Claude Eloy

Jean-Claude Eloy is a French composer, born in 1938. He studied at the Paris National Superior Conservatory of Music, where he won First Prizes in Piano, Chamber Music, Counterpoint, Ondes Martenot, and studied composition with Darius Milhaud.He attended summer courses at Darmstadt (Pousseur, Scherchen, Messiaen, Boulez, Stockhausen) and was a student in composition in Pierre […]

Beatriz Ferreyra

Beatriz Ferreyra. Worked at O.R.T.F. (French National Television), as a member of the Group of Musical Researches (G.R.M), under the leadership of Pierre Schaeffer (1963-70), contributed to Pierre Schaeffer’s book «Traité des Objets Musicaux» (1966), participated to the records realization from «Solfège de l’Objet Sonore» by Pierre Schaeffer (1967). Since 1970 she is a free […]

Patrick K.-H.

Sound- / video- / visual artist, Patrick K.-H. (aka Anton Iakhontov) collages within the fields of sound installations, live and tape acousmatic and animation (1,2), exercising cross fertilisation. Author of music / video for opera / drama / contemporary dance / post-dramatic theatre plays and performances as well as his own works in Russia, Austria, Germany […]

Alexandre Castant

Alexandre Castant (b.1965, Montpellier) a French is essayist, art critic, professor of National Schools of Art. In his books he tackles the aesthetic and poetic relationships between the arts, notably the connections between sound arts and visual arts. Holder of a doctorate in aesthetics from the University of Paris I (Panthéon-Sorbonne, 2000), he teaches aesthetics […]

Jörg Piringer

Jörg Piringer born 1974. currently living in vienna, austria. member of the institute for transacoustic research. member of the vegetable orchestra. master degree in computer science.  works as a freelance artist and researcher in the fields of electronic music, radio art, sound and visual electronic poetry, interactive collaborative systems, online communities, live performance, sound installation, […]

Mengjie Qi

Mengjie (Maggie) Qi is a composer and sound artist. Her works have been performed widely at international festivals, including ICMC (Amsterdam, Shanghai), Audio Arts Festival (Krakow), WOCMAT in Taiwan, CIME General Assembly concerts (North Texas, Moscow), International Electronic Music Festival of New York, Summer Institute for Contemporary Performance Practice at New England Conservatory, and MUSICACOUSTICA-BEIJING. […]

Huizi Li

Huizi Li was majored in Electronic Organ before earning her Electronic Music Composition master degree in Central Conservatory of Music, Beijing, China. She is a current doctor studying with professor Xiaofu Zhang in Central Conservatory of Music.Selected awards: the second prize in 2014  MUSICACOUSTICA-BEIJING Electronic Music Composition Competition in both group A.The piece “Yi” has […]

Wang Xinyu

Wang Xinyu is currently a lecturer at department of music engineering of Zhejiang Conservatory of Music, Hangzhou, China. He got his doctorate degree in theory of electronic composition at Center for Electronic Music, CCOM. Wang was the music programmer and sound designer of different works commissioned by music festivals such as Musicacoustica-Beijing, Beijing Modern Music […]

Liu Peixin

Liu Peixin is a young composer. She is now pursuing her Master degree in the Department of graduate of the Central Conservatory of Music under the tutelage of Professor Zhang Xiaofu. Her research areas include composition and electronic music.Her music works include film soundtrack, dance music, music drama and installation art. She has served as […]

Vera Bezrukova

Vera Bezrukova is a musician and media artist. She graduated from the School of Improvisational Music (St. Petersburg). Participated in various improvisational projects, including the project “Gadgetophonia” by St.Petersburg Improvisers Orchestra, which received Grand Prix of the Sergey Kuryokhin Contemporary Art Award (2016). The starting point for development in the media art and sound art was […]

Natasha Skulskaya

Natasha Skulskaya. “Land slices”. The starting point for the work was the sounds recorded in different points of the earth. Sounds describe and imitate the movements of objects and their interaction with each other. These are elements of inanimate and living nature in different geographical locations.  

Dmitrii Antropov

Dmitrii Antropov. Media artist, art historian, creative coder. He attended School of Improvisational Music (SPB) and New Media Lab (SPB). Individually and as a member of GODA media artist collective shows his works at international exhibitions, conferences and festivals. Believing that technology extends the boundaries of traditional art means, he mainly creates interactive installations and […]

Anastasia Ivanova

Anastasia Ivanova. “The Forest” (2017). Abstract composition covers the sounds of inner life of plants within it’s communication with the environment. Recorded on contact microphones on various locations in Moscow.  

Philipp Guzeev

Philipp Guzeev (b. 1992 Russia). Software engineer, media artist and musician whose artistic interest lies in composing for multi-channel audio systems, creating audio-visual installations and exploring the capabilities of VR\AR technologies in the context of art and theatre. Education: 2009-2014 – Saint-Petersburg National Research University of Information Technologies, Mechanics and Optics, Specialist in Computer Science (Russia). […]

Oleg Sysoev

Oleg Sysoev (St.Petersburg). From a background not closely related to music and sound. A brief career history: qualified as a programmer (ITMO) and created two international companies working in the games industry. The catalyst for taking up musical creativity was the New Media Laboratory at the Alexandrinsky Theatre, as well as lessons with composer Andrei […]


FAXEN Since 2004, Clemens Mairhofer, Lucas Norer and Sebastian Six work together in the artist collective FAXEN.  Acoustic experiments in connection with items of everyday life, sculptural assemblages and the physical element of sound are the main aspects of the group’s musical and visual compositions. The works of the artist group FAXEN deal with moments […]

Paul Gründorfer

Paul Gründorfer is a sound performer and sonic explorer, working in the areas of experimental electronic music, sonic sculptures and site specific interventions. He is developing real time audio systems, that act autonomously or in reference to the spatial constellation. While considering the encounters between analog and digital, structured or improvised elements, he is focusing […]

Alexander Felch

Alexander Felch, born 1978 in Vienna – resides in Vienna and St. Petersburg – is a curator and conceptual artist mainly working in the field of conceptual art, sound art, art in public space and video- and media art. 2013 – 2015 he was artistic director of Vienna`s biggest transmedial artist-run-space „mo.e“. Besides that he […]

Andrea Sodomka

Andrea Sodomka  - composer, media artist and curator. Works in the fields of intermedia, installation, sound art, radio art, and interactive art. 1961 born in Vienna. Lives and works in Vienna. Studied at the Hochschule für Angewandte Kunst, Vienna, and at the Academy of Music, Vienna (institute of electro-acoustics). Member of the artist’s association Wiener Secession since 1996, […]

Seppo Gründler

Seppo Gründler born 1956, lives in Graz, musician, composer, tinkerer, main instruments guitar and computer, different live projects solo/duo/ensembles, music for theatre, film and dance, sound and media installations. Head of the Master Studiums Media and Interaction Design at FH-Joanneum Graz, Visiting Professor at Donauuuniversität Krems – Zentrum für Neue Medien. Seppo Gründler & Elisabeth Schimana, the great score. Broadcast […]

Jessica King

Jessica King is currently based in Los Angeles. She is primarily a visual artist and toy designer, finding inspiration from reclaimed materials and vintage fabrics. Since 2004 she has been collaborating with GX Jupitter-Larsen on both visual art, film and sound projects. She is currently designing and creating puppets for film projects. GX Jupitter-Larsen & Jessica King, Facts […]

GX Jupitter-Larsen

GX Jupitter-Larsen is based in Los Angeles. Since the 80’s, GX has been an ongoing contributor to Kunstradio. 

GX has performed and lectured at most of the major festivals in Europe, including multiple appearances at Ars Electronica, musikprotokoll, CTM, ZXZW, and LUFF. He has performed, and had work featured, at the San Francisco Museum of […]

Rupert Huber

Rupert Huber. Composer, music artist, musician. Born 1967.
 Based in Vienna, Austria, works internationally. Music by Rupert Huber is organised structures, sounds and tones for multiple known and unknown real and electronic spaces: Dimensional Music. Together with Richard Dorfmeister Rupert Huber builds TOSCA, which has released 14 albums over the last 20 years. TOSCA has performed live with […]

Taylor Deupree

Taylor Deupree is a New York-based artist who runs the boutique record label 12k and works by day as a mastering engineer. Deupree is an accomplished sound artist whose recordings, rich with abstract atmospherics, have appeared on numerous record labels, and well as in site-specific installations at such institutions as the ICC (Tokyo, Japan) and the Yamaguchi Center for […]

Alexandre St-Onge

Alexandre St-Onge is an audio artist, a musician/improviser (bass, voice and electronics) and a sonic performer. Philosophiae doctor (PhD) in art (UQAM, 2015), he is fascinated by creativity as a pragmatic approach to the ungraspable and he has released over ten solo albums including Semblances (Avatar), viorupeeeeihean (Oral), Entités (Oral) and Kasi Naigo (squintfuckerpress) amongst others. He founded squintfuckerpress with Christof Migone and he […]

Maja Osojnik

Maja Osojnik *1976 born in Slovenia, lives and works in Vienna, Austria as a singer, composer, improvising electroacoustic musician, sound artist, mostly using voice, paetzold bass recorders, own field recordings, DJ-CD, tapes and other lo-fi electronic devices, toys, trash and found objects. Maja made a name for herself in different musical fields, such as early […]

Andrey Bundin

Andrey Bundin (b. 1987) – сomposes chamber, symphonic, vocal and electro-acoustic music. Laureate of the composer’s competition “Modern tonal academic music” in 2011, Saint-Petersburg for the series “Six Pieces for Piano”. A. Bundin’s chamber works were performed in the concert hall of the St. Petersburg Union of Composers, the concert hall of the Institute of […]

Roman Stolyar / Vladimir Luchansky

Roman Stolyar / Vladimir Luchansky, «REHEARSAL», performance.Roman Stolyar – synthesizers, flutesVladimir Luchansky – guitar, saxophonesRoman Stolyar and Vladimir Luchansky have been playing together for some years – at first in groups organized by Sergey Belichenko, then separately; together they played with well-known improvisers who visited Novosibirsk – Oliver Lake, Assif Tsahar, Glen Hall, William Parker, […]


::vtol:: is a project of Moscow-based media-artist and musician Dmitry Morozov. He realises his ideas in technological art: robotechnics, sound and video installations, science art. Adept of “aesthetics of failure”. Participant of the main project of 4th Moscow Biennale for Contemporary Art and the number of international festivals and exhibitions. Award winner of Sergey Kurekhin Prize […]

Sergey Filatov

Sergey Filatov — artist, musician, composer, sound-artist, video artist, author and developer of electro-acoustic musical instruments. Is a member of the Union of artists of Russia, member of the International Association of Fine Arts UNESCO. Since 2000 has been actively exhibiting his works as well as organizing a number of creative projects, personal and collaborative, […]

Douglas Henderson

Born in 1960, Douglas Henderson studied music composition and theory with Milton Babbitt, Elie Yarden and J.K. Randall. He received his Ph.D. in Music Composition from Princeton University in 1991, his M.A. from Princeton in 1985 and his B.A. in Music from Bard College in 1982. He previously chaired the Sound Art Department at the […]

Yury Akbalkan

Yuri Akbalkan (*1986). Studied composition at the Rimski-Korsakov St. Petersburg State Conservatory with prof. Sergei Slonimsky. Participant of festivals “Sound Ways”, “Fin de siècle”, “Exposition XXI”, “Opus 52”, “reMusik”, the “Pythian Games” composers’ competition (2014), collaborates with ESG-21 and “NewTonMusik”. Studied and/or attended master classes with Victor Ekimovsky (Russia), Boris Filanovsky (Russia-Germany), Olga Viktorova (Russia), […]

Andrey Popovsky

Andrey Popovskiy is one of the prominent figures in Russian contemporary improvised music scene. After numerous projects of the last ten years where he experimented with sounds of electric and acoustic guitars, composed for chamber ensembles and collaborated with all famous improvisers in St. Petersburg, Andrey concentrated on a quiet and miniature sound working with […]

Olivia Block

Olivia Block creates original sound compositions for concerts, site-specific multi-speaker installations, live cinema, and performance. Her compositions often include field recordings, chamber instruments, and electronic textures. Her solo performances include partially improvised pieces for electronics and amplified objects, presented in a slow and deliberate gestural style that Steve Smith of the New York Times described recently […]

Oleg Makarov

Oleg Makarov — composer, sound-artist, media-artist, instrument designer (hardware / firmware systems). He composes music across the spectrum from instrumental and vocal to electrocoustiс, since 2006 he scores for radio plays. Since 2004 he has had his music, multimedia installation and performances, multichannel and algorithmic sound-installations presented in many local and international art-festivals.  He regularly performs […]

Dmitry Shubin

Dmitry Shubin is a musician and visual artist. His essential spheres of music interests are improvised music, sound installations, electroacoustic, piano and electronics, conducted and structured improvisation. Founder and conductor of the St.Petersburg Improvisers Orchestra. Curator of the School of Improvised Music. Performed live in Russia, Austria, Germany. Participant of international festivals CYBERFEST, SKIF, ArtbatFest, […]


noid /aka arnold haberl, *1970, living in vienna composer . performer . improviser | cello . electronic devices his musical approach can be described as fundamental research. his works span a wide range of contradictory outcome, from solos to compositions for ensembles, from sound installations to videos. using electronics as well as acoustical instruments. consequently denying the […]

Maryanne Amacher

Maryanne Amacher (1938 - 2009) born in Kane, studied at the University of Pennsylvania with George Rochberg and Karlheinz Stockhausen. At SUNY-Buffalo’s Center of the Creative and Performing Arts she initiated her renowned telematic City Links series (1967-79). With Marvin Minsky’s Triadex Muse, she began developing ear tone music in the 1970s at MIT’s Center for Advanced Visual Studies. She collaborated […]

Micah Silver

. First person, temporary: My participation in culture consists of producing scenarios within which a set of ideas and experiences can unfold. These scenes often point to core questions that I’ve been asking through many materials, strategies, and roles for the past decade. In each case, a highly speculative proposition is made, and it points […]

Stephen Vitiello

(c) Robin Rimbaud (aka Scanner) Stephen Vitiello is a sound and media artist based in Richmond, VA. Solo exhibitions of Vitiello’s sound installations, photographs and drawings have been presented at The Project, NY, Museum 52, London, Galerie Almine Rech, Paris and Diapason, NYC. Group exhibitions include the 2002 Whitney Biennial, the 2006 Biennial of Sydney and “Soundings: […]

Alexei Borisov

Alexei Borisov. Outside of his native Russia, Alexei Borisov is probably best known as a live performer with a sound and visual style that make his performances transcend the usual gig situation and resemble Beckett-style absurd theatre. Perhaps the most appropriate term for their soundtrack would be ”live collage”, often based on domestic or everyday […]

Yury Didevich

Yury Didevich - researcher, musician, media artist working with digital art, coordinator and co-founder of  CNMRG (Computer and New Music Research Group – Interactive music systems and multimedia) in St.Petersburg. Specialist in DIY electronic musical instruments and  controllers with more than 20 years operational experience. Working with electronic and digital media for more than 10 years. His main sphere of […]

Elisabeth Schimana

Elisabeth Schimana has been working as a composer, performer and radio artist since 1983. She studied electro-acoustic and experimental music at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, musicology and ethnology at the University of Vienna and computer music – composition at the IEM (Institute for Electronic Music) in Graz. Her work concentrated for […]


kasich Experimental electronic musician, performer, soundartist, interactive installations developer. Initiator of numerous Russian festivals of experimental electronic music and technological arts, curator of  LoveLiveElectronic (LoLieL.tk) (2008-2011) and SoundArtist.ru (2011-nowdays) communities. Attended Theremin Center at Moscow Concervatory between 2005 – 2010 as an idepedant composer.

Thomas Grill

Dr.phil. Thomas Grill, MA, born 1972 in Austria. Individual bachelor and master studies of Interactive Electronic Instruments at the University of Music and Performing Arts, Vienna. Doctoral degree in Composition and Music Theory at the University of Music and Performing Arts, Graz. Scientific research in fields of sound perception, analysis and modeling, interactive electronic instruments and artificial intelligence. Development of commercial […]

Vladimir Rannev


Ujif_notfound [UN] is a media project based in 75 105 101 118 and started from 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 1. The main activity is the creation of multimedia systems based on algorithms of the kinetic relationship between man and program.||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||_|||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||////////////|||||||||“Live ” performances are based on the generation of audio and visual […]

Michael J. Schumacher

Michael J. Schumacher is a composer, performer and installation artist based in New York City. Working predominantly with electronic and digital media, he creates sound environments that evolve over long time periods. He imbues these generative, algorithmic structures with an abundance of sonic material, resulting in forms that flow through a wide range of moods, […]

Denis Sorokin

Denis Sorokin (b.1985, St. Petersburg). Studied classical, later – jazz guitar. Nowdays, giving classical and electric guitar lessons in Gorky Culture Centre. Member of post-prog band “Undeon” and some of duos. From hard rock and jazz, his style has evolved to contemporary academic music, avant garde and free improvisation.

Boris Shershenkov

Borish Schershenkov (Magadan — St.Petersburg).Engineer and sound artist, curator of Electroacoustic Music Lab LEMESG at GES-21. Among his interests — electroacoustic improvisation, spatial sound installation, design and development of musical instruments. EAI jam with Oleg Makarov / Patrick K.-H. Digiphonia, soundspace installation, 2014. Though computer development aims to quantize data, it also produces a multitude of artifacts of the virtuality that are, […]

Klaus Filip

klaus filip *1963 computer music, programming, composition. Klaus Filip is a performer/composer/programmer and is maybe the first viennese musician, who used the laptop on stage at around 1993. The main focus of his current work is sinewaves, whose subtle and adducent sounds are used in a wide dynamic range depending on the project; that could be a […]