david tudor Along with John Cage, David Tudor is one of the central figures in the post-World War II American music scene. Tudor became known both as a highly virtuoso pianist and longtime musical director of the Merce Cunningham Dance Company and for his home-made-electronics. He had already begun experimenting with electronic sound generators and instruments for sound modulation in the late 1950s. Unlike many of his colleagues, Tudor developed and built his own sound generators and modulators and used them on stage in his live performances. Today, Tudor is considered the founder of "live electronics." Tudor collaborated with many artists: with choreographer Merce Cunningham or with visual artists such as Robert Rauschenberg, Marcel Duchamp, Jackie Matisse and others.

Matt Rogalsky
Matt Rogalsky, born 1966, studied electroacoustic composition with Martin Bartlett and Barry Truax at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver from 1985 to 1990. Until 1995, he worked at Wesleyan University with Ron Kuivila and Alvin Lucier, focusing on David Tudor's Rainforest and the contexts of organizations such as Experiments in Arts and Technology and Tudor's group Composers Inside Electronics. After David Tudor's death, he was involved in archiving the Tudor’s writings as well as securing Tudor's electronic instruments. In 2006, he published his dissertation on Tudor's Rainforest projects entitled "Idea and Community: The Growth of David Tudor's Rainforest, 1965-2006." Since 1985, he has also worked as a composer and sound artist with exhibitions and performances in North America and Europe. In addition, Rogalsky teaches as a professor at the Kingston Conservatory of Music in Canada. He lives in Canada.

hans w. koch
hans w. koch, born 1962, is a sound artist and composer. From 1984-1988 he studied music, history and physics at the Pädagogische Hochschule Weingarten and from 1988-1995 composition with Johannes Fritsch at the Hochschule für Musik in Cologne. Since his student days, he has been intensively involved with the works of John Cage, Morton Feldman and David Tudor, also as an interpreter. Artistically, his interest is in the creation of sound and structure as a process. His works have been presented at various festivals and by different broadcasting companies in Germany and abroad. In 2007 he was a visiting professor of composition and experimental sound practices at the California Institute of the Arts, Los Angeles. From 2012-2016 he held a lectureship in hybrid sound composition and extended systems at the Institute for Music and Media at the Robert Schumann Musikhochschule Düsseldorf. In addition, he curates concerts and sound art events in Cologne, such as BrückenMusik (1999-2012). Since 2016 he is also professor for sound at the Academy of Media Arts Cologne. hans w. koch lives in Cologne.

Jessica Ekomane
Jessica Ekomane is a French-born and Berlin-based electronic musician and sound artist. Her practice unfolds around live performances and installations. She creates situations where the sound acts as a transformative element for the space and the audience. Her ever-changing and immersive sonic landscapes are grounded in questions such as the relationship between individual perception and collective dynamics or the investigation of listening expectations and their societal roots. 2019 will see the release of her first LP via Important Records.
Jessica Ekomane was one of the composers chosen as collaborators by Natascha Süder Happelman for her installation at the German pavilion of the Venice Biennale 2019. A Berlin Community Radio [INCUBATOR] resident for their 2017 edition, she now hosts a monthly show on Cashmere Radio. "Open Sources" is focused on linking folk and traditional music with contemporary musical experiments. Her work has been presented in various institutions across Asia, Australia and Europe such as CTM festival, KW (Berlin), Ars Electronica (Linz), Dommune (Tokyo) and MUMA (Melbourne).

Hanna Hartman
Hanna Hartman is a Swedish composer, sound artist and performer living in Berlin. She has composed works for radio, electroacoustic music, ensembles, sound installations and given numerous performances all over the world. Her many awards and grants includes the Karl-Sczuka-Preis, the Phonurgia Nova Prize, a Villa Aurora grant and the Rome Prize (Villa Massimo). During 2007 and 2008 she was Composer-in-Residence at the Swedish Radio and in 2019 at Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival. Hanna Hartman is a member of the German Academy of the Arts.
Her work has been presented in numerous concerts and festivals. Such as Darmstädter Ferienkurse , Ultima Oslo Contemporary Music Festival , Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival , el nicho aural Mexico City, Akousma Montreal, London Contemporary Music Festival, Eclat Festival Stuttgart and Cut & Splice Festival Manchester.

Robert Lippok
Robert Lippok is as a musician, stage designer and visual artist based in Berlin. He is co-funder of the experimental bands “Ornament und Verbrechen” and „to rococo rot“. Lippok’s works are dedicated to the combination of spatial sound and architecture and have been exhibited at the Neue Nationalgalerie in Berlin, the Hamburger Bahnhof, and the Haus der Kunst in Munich, among others. As a composer, he has collaborated with the artists Doug Aitken, Olaf Nicolai, and Julian Charrière, with architect Arno Brandlhuber, and with choreographer Constanza Macras for various dance theater productions. Most recently, he released the solo album “Applied Autonomy” on the raster-media label. Lippok teaches at NYU Berlin and is a member of the Institut für Raumexperimente e.V., founded by Olafur Eliasson, as well as a curator at the Spatial Sound Institute in Budapest. With his audiovisual shows and live music, he has performed at the festival MUTEK, the Unsound Festival, L.E.V. Festival, Gamma Festival, Berghain and Funkhaus Berlin, among others.

Zsolt Sörés
Zsolt Sőrés is one of the key figure of the hungarian experimental music and sound art scene who has been active for more than 30 years. His music and sound art explore the possibilities of conceptual-meta-musical free improvisation and the ”flux” nature of sound as a material. In 2014, he curated the first international sound installation art exhibition in Hungary On the Edge of Perceptibility — Sound Art at the Kunsthalle Budapest. He has been a lecturer at the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music, Department of Electronic Music Media Art. Currently he is a student at The Hungarian University of Fine Arts Budapest Doctoral School. He is also a 2021 fellow of the DAAD Artist-in-Berlin-Program.

Ioana Vreme Moser
Ioana Vreme Moser (b 1994) is a Romanian transmedia narrator and sound artist engaged with hardware electronics, speculative research and DIY experimentation. She places electronic components and control voltages in different situations of interaction with organic materials, lost and found items and environmental stimuli. Her works are dominated by technological artefacts, bits and pieces of garbage, intimate objects and low-tech that resound in diagrams, installations, sound sculptures, hand-made instruments or sound- performance setups. She has been closely engaged with the Electroacoustic Music Studio Krakow (PL), kinema ikon multimedia Atelier Arad (RO) and Simultan, Media Art Association, Timisoara (RO). Currently, she lives and works in the T10 artist community in Berlin.Amongst others, she has performed and exhibited at the National Gallery of Denmark (DK), STATE Studio, Berlin (DE); SFX - Sound Effects Seoul (KR), STWST Sleep48 - Ars Electronica (AT), Bunkier Sztuki Gallery Krakow (PL); Eigen+Art Lab - Transmediale, Berlin (DE).

Michael Winter
American composer Michael Winter's works often focuses on simple processes where dynamic systems, situations, and settings are realized in a variety of ways from performances to installations. For him, everything we experience is computable. He often reconcile epistemological limits with artistic practicality by considering and addressing the limits of computation from an artistic and experiential vantage point and by collaborating with other artists, mathematicians, and scientists in order to integrate objects, ideas, and texts from various domains as structural elements in my pieces. His work has been presented at venues and festivals throughout the world such as REDCAT, in Los Angeles; the Ostrava Festival of New Music in the Czech Republic; Tsonami Arte Sonoro Festival in Valparaiso, Chile; the Huddersfield New Music Festival in the United Kingdom; and Umbral Sesiones at the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo in Oaxaca, Mexico. From 2018 to 2019, he was a fellow / artist-in-residence at the Akademie Schloss Solitude in Stuttgart, Germany.

Miki Yui
Born 1971 in Tokyo, Japanese artist, composer, musician, based in Düsseldorf Germany since 1994. Multi-disciplinary artist, crossing the boundary of music, performance, radio production, drawing, and installation. With the background in fine art, she explores the grey zone of our perception and imagination and create subtle and poetic work. She often works with sound material, which she calls "small sounds," and is intensely concerned with phenomena of acoustic perception.