Alan Dunn
Alan Dunn and Jeff Young spent three months in Woolton, South Liverpool, producing the audio work ‘36 Compositions for a Woolton Jukebox’.

Alejandra & Aeron
Alejandra Salinas (Spanish, resident Barcelona) and Aeron Bergman (American, resident Barcelona) have been working on sound for 10 years...

Alva noto
The German artist/musician carsten nicolai [noto, alva noto] uses electronic sound and visual art as a kind of hybrid- tool to create his own microscopic view of creative processes....

Ayala Remedios
Their project (with Paco Balbuena), 'The Mother, The Father', was programmed at the 33rd Synthèse Festival...

Aymeric de Tapol (Klingelt)
Aymeric de TAPOL is a recording engineer, composer and multimedia artist, born in 1974.


Balbuena Paco
Their project (with Remedios Ayala), 'The Mother, The Father', was programmed at the 33rd Synthèse Festival...

Blais Dominique

He is an explorer of thresholds of optical and aural perception at the point where the visual and the auditory converge. Centring on a group of polarities – visible/invisible, audible/inaudible, light/darkness...

Beckett James
Coming from a background of installation, sound has come to develop a more central role in his work.


Alan Dunn / CANT Audio
CANTaudio was founded in Liverpool UK in 2003 by artist Alan Dunn. CANTaudio production is home-produced and distributed free of charge in limited edition CDs or downloads...

Carlyle Angus
He works at the University of the Arts, London where, with Dr. Cathy Lane, he is a Director of CRiSAP. He has been an intermittent writer for a while, tackling subjects as diverse as the suicide of Guy Debord...

Cela Etant

Alexis Chazard and Gwenola Wagon produce sound and visual pieces under the group name of Cela Etant, works that have been displayed in various events and festivals...

Comte Serge
Serge Comte works with pictures, sounds and personalities on a daily basis. Perhaps because he began with video, he understood right away the dilemma between the screen and the loudspeaker...


Dinah Nuttall (Dinahbird) is a radio artist and feature maker living and working in Paris and London. She makes radio programmes, audio publications, installations, and soundtracks. Works have been played on BBCR4, France Culture's Atelier de Création Radiophonique, Resonance FM and on Kunst Radio....

Bruno Di Rosa
French poet and writer
who published the "Carnet Bleu"

Drouhin Julia (aka Globi
French young artist,
Julia Drouhin - Globi- says :
“I’m still learning”...


Epplay Vincent
He is both a visual artist and a musician who conceieves and builds sound environments. Through his installations and live interventions, he has been questionning the connection between sound and image...

90's _ experimental - jazz - electronic - traditional - improv. 00's _ electroacoustic - improv - soundtracks for stages and art pieces.


Ferrand Emmanuel
He lives and work between Grenoble and Paris, France. He is a scientist but he seriously believes that there is no border between scientific creation and artistic research...

Ford Felicity
After a conventional classical tuition on these instruments and plenty of religious, she decided that she was more interested in improvising, making art, and inventing her own, disorganised religion...

Frawley Joe
Joe Frawley is a Connecticut composer and visual artist. His musical experience is an eclectic patchwork of pop radio, neighbourhood piano lessons, garage rock bands, broad improvisations in empty churches,
out-of-print composition treatises...

Furlong William
As an artist, William Furlong established Audio Arts magazine on cassette in 1973, and it now represents the most substantial archive of original recordings of contemporary art...


Galiay Frederick
In the beginning there’s a sound, the raw mineral, which is sculpted, reduced, riddled with empty spaces and processed as you might process rock to extract precious metals...

Gréaud Loris
He intends to create “cinematographic machines” and initiates collaborations with scientists, engineers, linguists, designers, video makers, visual artists and musicians...

Grubesic Allen
Allen Grubesic is a contemporary artist working with video, electronic music, painting and sculpture. His art takes a playful look at the artificiality and stereotypes of consumer culture and...

Guillet Michel
Michel Guillet, visual artist and musician, builds his works from the link between identity and everyday environment through installation pieces, objects, wall paintings and soundtracks...

Guillon Jean-François
Jean-Francois Guillon, who composes with sound, and Estelle Beauvais, who specialises in visuals. Their collaborative interventions usually mix video and sounds.


Hamburger Alex
In the last 20 years, he has worked extensively, in his adoptive hometown of Rio de Janeiro and abroad, to help the understanding of Visual and Sound Poetry...

von Hausswolff Carl Michael
Since the end of the 70s, Hausswolf has worked as a composer using the recorder and sine waves as his main instruments and as a conceptual visual artist working with performance art, light- and sound installations...

Hubert Véronique
Véronique Hubert’s approach to her work is “epidemic”. It is an association of ideas and forms, that are constantly being adapted. She recycles and digests new ideas in order to produce singular combinations.


Ikeda Ryoji
In 2000 Ikeda created the sound installation Matrix for the Millennium Dome in London and Matrix for the exhibition Sound Art- Sound as Media at the ICC in Tokyo...

Irvine Zoe
Zoë Irvine began to work with sound in 1994, her current work includes sound pieces, broadcasts, participatory projects and publications.


Jopo Stereo
Jopo Stereo is just one of Jean-Philippe Renoult's sonic identities: writer, radio producer, sound artist, and cut-up DJ. Jopo Stereo is a solo musical concept that blends electronic compositions...


Kirkegaard Jacob
He is an artist with an interest in the scientific and aesthetic aspects of resonance, time and hearing. His installations,compositions and performances deal with acoustic spaces and phenomena...


LaBelle Brandon
Brandon LaBelle is an artist and writer working with sounds, places, bodies, and cultural frictions. He is the author of “Background Noise: Perspectives on Sound Art” and co-editor of the
“Surface Tension” series....

Lappetites (The)
The lappetites was first spawned from an event Kaffe Matthews curated at Tonic, New York, April 2001 where o-blaat, Ikue Mori, Zeena Parkins, Marina Rosenfeld and Kaffe herself played a 45 minute set.

Lericolais Rainier
Rainier Lericolais is both visual and sound artist. he composed music for films and releases with the Franck Elbaz's Lambert's gallery

Lopez Francisco
Jopo Stereo is just one of Jean-Philippe Renoult's sonic identities: writer, radio producer, sound artist, and cut-up DJ. Jopo Stereo is a solo musical concept that blends electronic compositions...


Martig François
He challenges the notion of territory, of its representation, through sound and visual worlds. Surveyor of landscapes he explores the concept of soundscape…


In their recordings and live performances over the last nine years, M.C. Schmidt and Drew Daniels have used the sounds of: amplified crayfish nerve tissue, the pages of bibles turning ...

Maximin Berangère
After a wide range of musical experiences with various bands, she decided to take Denis Dufour’s acousmatic composition class at the Perpignan Conservatoire...

Minkkinen Erik
Activist musician as part of Sister Iodine, Discom, founder of Leplacard festival for headphones, he oscillates between digital dysfunctions and analogue percussions.

Montessuis Joachim
He is interested in the links between art, science and spirituality. He grew up surrounded by Buddhist monks, Gnawas musicians and oriental sacred texts that gave him the sense of ritual and trance in music....


Neuma Tereza
Tereza Neuma lives and works in Recife, in the North East of Brazil. Since 1999, Tereza has been working with performance and sound, relating her work to artists as diverse as Josef Beuys, Paulo Brusky, Pina Bausch, Max Neuhaus and Steve Reich


Onda Aki
Aki Onda started making music with a sampler and a computer, and in 1990 formed ‘Audio Sports in Osaka’ with Eye Yamatsuka and Nobukazu Takemura. After releasing the group's first album, Onda moved to Tokyo and established himself as a producer ...


Petitgand Dominique
Dominique Petitgand’s use of sound places his work in a singular, shifting artistic territory. He presents his spoken, musical and silent pieces...

Petitgenêt Philippe
Head in the clouds and a down to earth taste for sound, Philippe Petitgenêt as a ‘listening walker’ goes, as soon as an opportunity rises...

Project Dark
Formed in 1995, Project Dark have been producing non vinyl artefacts, made from, among other things, sandpaper, hair, glitter, circular saw blades and biscuits...


Radio Continental Drift
Claudia Wegener walks the streets of two suburban communities in Johannesburg S.A. In door to door interviews, through intercom systems and across gates...


Founded in 1992, RadioMentale can be seen as a sound-system with an influence on the airwaves, clubs, urban spaces, web & art centres...

Rose Jodi
Sound artist, writer and composer Jodi Rose started listening to bridge cables in 1994, creating Singing Bridges, an urban sonic sculpture.

Rothkamm Frank
He is a composer & conceptual artist who started as an actor at the German castle theatre in Moers. He currently lives and works in Los Angeles.


Scanner is committed to working with cutting edge practitioners and has collaborated with artists from every imaginable genre: musicians Bryan Ferry and Laurie Anderson, The Royal Ballet and Random Dance companies, composers Michael Nyman and Luc Ferrari...

Schuman Joan
In 1986, Joan Schuman started producing public radio documentaries in her hometown of Philadelphia (on the U.S. east coast) and slipped into making radio art narratives in 1992.

Si_COMM is the collected work of sound researcher , designer, and visual artist, BG Nichols.

Sjuve Eva
Eva Sjuve, Swedish artist, is exploring the spectrum of transdisciplinary media arts with sound, sculptural objects, and performance. She builds mobile physical interfaces and digital instruments used in improvised performance.

Son Du Mois (Le)
French CD magazine published quarterly which purpose sound pieces and bootlegs about media actuality.

Stollery Pete
Pete Stollery is a teacher, composer and performer based in North-East Scotland. He works at the University of Aberdeen where he works with teachers in the creative uses of technology in music education.

Stone Carl
Carl Stone is one of the pioneers of live computer music, and has been hailed by the Village Voice as “the king of sampling.” and “one of the best composers living in (the USA) today.” He has used computers in live performance since 1986.


Toop David
Musician, composer, writer, musicologist and sound curator, he has worked with musicians including Brian Eno, John Zorn, Talvin Singh, and collaborated with artists from many other disciplines...

Tonic train
Tonic Train is the experimental electronics duo of Sarah Washington and Knut Aufermann. The combination of Sarah’s homemade circuit bent instruments and Knut’s feedback electronics creates a spectrum of fundamental electronic noises.

Trio Cutty Sark
Took part in various group shows in the UK, France and Germany since 1995. Work includes performance, video, film and sound...

Tsabary Eldad
Eldad Tsabary is a Montréal based composer and sound artist whose music is inspired by the concepts of sound-mass, metamorphosis, and constant motion...


Un caddie renversé
She has worked as a feature maker for both French and English public radio, as well as producing her own work on cd. She also plays as a part of a sound art/DJ collective in club and gallery spaces all over Europe...


Vainio Mika
Best known as one-half of Pan Sonic (Blast First), Mika is from Finland and now lives in Berlin...

Vejvoda Goran
Sound artist based in Paris. After studying music in Belgrade, he turns to contemporary music's and art. Guitarist with various rock bands, he worked with Enki Bilal composing the soundtracks of Tykho Moon and Immortel...

Vernon Mark
Mark Vernon is a sound artist, musician and radio producer based in Glasgow, he makes soundtracks, installations and live performances as well as releasing recordings of his own work.

Vitiello Stephen
Stephen Vitiello is an electronic musician and media artist. For over 15 years he has been collaborating with visual artists, musicians and choreographers.

The master of the absurd has been churning out audio sausages since 1996. Back then V/Vm worked with Jansky Noise on a number of audio releases on both V/Vm Test and numerous other labels.


Watson Chris
Chris Watson specialises in natural history and documentary location sound together with track assembly and sound design in post production...

Williams Andrea
A Brooklyn based sound and installation artist, utilizes site-specific elements and perceptual cues to reveal connections between people and their immediate environment.


Young Jeff
Alan Dunn and Jeff Young spent three months in Woolton, South Liverpool, producing the audio work ‘36 Compositions for a Woolton Jukebox’.


Zanési Christian
Chistian Zanési studied at Pau University with Marie-Françoise Lacaze and Guy then in Paris at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique under Pierre Guy Reibel.

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