She has a background from the Norwegian Academy of Music, The Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre, Sonic College (DK) and the Royal Danish Academy of Music.
chaotic and direct musical approach and a heavy-rough sound, resulting in a broken pop-beat with experimental yet danceable rhythms.
Photo: Sylvia Stäinhauser
His work includes fixed media compositions, sound installations, performance pieces, music for modern dance and theatre and pieces for instruments and electronics.
He is currently based in Copenhagen.
An AIR-programme grant from Nordic Culture Point has made it possible for Sebastian to work at EMS.
Photo by Anna Katrin Ø. Egilstrøð
Sang-jin Lee is a Korean musician, electronic music producer and sound designer.
Since 2007, he has been working on various electronic music projects, and is currently experimenting with creating a new composition method by sampling irregular daily sounds. He continues experiments to incorporate electronic music into Korean traditional and classical music.
He has been working as a Music Producer and sound engineer on many Korean albums, exhibitions and Independent movies.
In 2012 he started various collaborative works based on traditional music using Korean traditional musical instruments like Gayageum and Geomungo. Another performance, started in 2016, is a reinterpretation of a Korean traditional play called 'Nolympic'. It participated in the 2016 Seoul Namsan Hanok Village Project and 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics.
He has released a number of albums including ‘UNIQUE-SHADOW’ (Fermata(2009) / 2ND(2012), ‘Numeric SeeHearter’(2015) and ‘Across the Universe’(2016).
Sang-Jin Lee's residency is kindly made possible by the Arts Council Korea, ARKO.