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Arjen Zuidgeest, Netherlands (1989). I’m an artist working in the field of new media, audiovisual art and performance art. My work consists out of audiovisual installations, theatrical performances, short film, animations and site specific projects. For more information please visit my website: www.azxxl.nu
Yolanda Uriz, Spain (1982), focuses her work on creating immersive experiences by bringing to awareness matters from reality that are unnoticed, aided by nowadays technology. From experimental music to installations, solo or in collaboration, she has presented her work in festivals such as Medea Electronic 2008, Greece (Ademen); TodaysArt 2010, Netherlands, (Structet); Spark Festival 2010, […]
Pablo Dias, Brazil (1981). is an artist with background in design and audiovisual communication. Born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, he moved to Amsterdam five years ago.
Pablo Sanz Almoguera (Madrid, 1981) is a sound artist whose current practice explores spatial and phenomenological aspects of hearing through phonography, site-specific projects, live performances, installation and fixed media works. His work often focuses on resonance, environmental abstractions and phenomena in the threshold of perception.
Matthijs Munnik, Netherlands (1989). Is a new media artist working with performance and installations, with projects ranging from opera pieces performed by micro-organisms to human instruments and stroboscopic lightshows. For my graduation piece I’m developing an installation to experience the effects of flickering light in a monumental form.
Mariska de Groot, Netherlands (1982). Her background is in Graphic Design and [live] animation. In the passed years she developed a undercurrent fascination for straight forms, stroboscopic movement and analogue machines. As soon she came in contact with the principle of synthetic sound on film, she started to build cinematic instruments and installations based on […]
Juan Cantizzani, Spain (1978). Working on the field of sound and hearing perception in form of site-specific sound installations and live performances, he has presented some of his works at different programs: Tabacalera (Madrid), Studio Loos (Den Haag), Lokal 01 (Breda), LEM Festival (Barcelona), MÍNIM Festival (Barcelona. Spain), REMOR Festival (Girona. Spain), Red Rouse Club […]
Joris Strijbos, Netherlands (1982). is a Rotterdam-based artist, working in the fields of expanded (live) cinema, audio performances and kinetic-light-installations. He is one of the persons behind Macular, a collective whose focus is mainly on the synaesthetic relation and interaction between moving image and sound.
Gergo Nagy (Hungary, 1984) creates site-specific installations, sound works and performances. He is co-founder of BA (Unrated), a Hungarian electroacoustic audiovisual young artists collective, who has curated and managed the +3dB Sound Art Festival in Budapest. Besides of this he is running several solo and collaborative music projects.
Gabey Tjon A Tham, Netherlands, (1988). Is an installation artist working with an extensive variety of media and art forms.
About // Dieter Vandoren, Belgium (1981) is a media artist, performer and developer. His work balances on the edge of creative arts and scientific research & development. It combines audiovisual creation with IT engineering in architectural settings, mostly real-time generative and interactive. His current focus is on performing spatial, immersive audiovisual instruments.
Ben Terwel, Netherlands (1989) is a sound and music artist exploring the possibilities of extending (analog) electronics to physical materials. His work evolved from his performances with hand-made electronic music and performance instruments (STEIM 2009-2010) to his series of portable electro-mechanical devices. His works usually incorporate phenomena in electronics/mechanics.
To attain the truth you must spout lies, to clear the waters you must muddy them.
Marcus Graf, Germany (1974) is a software artist with strong roots in mathematics and music. His work is divided into two main areas of research: the emotional and physical relationship between man and machine, and the search for a mathematical description of aesthetics.