Dimitris Papadatos (b.1981,USA) is a composer, musician and sound artist based in Athens Greece. The main concern in his work is an apposition of disparate elements that assume a re-appropriation of historically applied methodologies while questioning forms of empowering them. The biggest body of his work reflects issues as copyright, spirituality and originality, undergoing a constant state of transfiguration of its outsourcing. At the moment he actively runs three projects, Jay Glass Dubs, KU and The Hydra His project Jay Glass Dubs is an exercise of style, focusing on a counter factual approach of dub music, stripped down to its basic drum/bass/vox/effects form. http://iamku.net
Photo by Miles Opland
NYC based artist Evan Caminiti (b.1987) has explored electro-acoustic music since the mid 2000’s. With a focus on the intersection of composition and improvisation, he blends electronics, field recordings, and electric guitar, warping the sound sources using tape and digital processing.
Photo by Lisa McGee
Leo Méndez is a Mexican composer / visual artist mainly focused on modular synthesizers. His work merge music, design and technology inspired by synesthesia
and music visualization. He started in the modular world at early age with a Buchla 200e system producing tracks for short films, advertising and tv shows.
Julien Bayle is a multidisciplinary artist based in France and working at the juncture of sound & visual. He merges visual art, music composition, physical approach of sound art and data visualization by creating advanced programmed installations and audio/visual live performances.