Savannah Agger (*1971) is a composer and performer from Sweden, living in Berlin. She is an electroacoustic composer working primarily with acousmatic composition, live diffusion, 3D spatialization techniques and electroacoustic works with instruments and live electronics. Her work also includes music for rock bands, orchestra, choir, chamber ensembles and sound installations. She has written concert pieces, as well as music for theatre, contemporary circus and contemporary dance.
Photo by Viola Lopes
Udo Moll is living in Cologne/Germany and works as composer, trumpeter and sound artist. After having studied at the Music Conservatory in Cologne (Jazz trumpet with Manfred Schoof, Composition with Johannes Fritsch) he expanded his expertise in the fields of experimental contemporary music, improvisation, world music and transmedial sound art.
Concert tours and residencies brought him to a lot of places not only in Europe but around the world (USA, Chile, Japan, Korea, Mali, Sudan, Taiwan, Iran, Syria, Lebanon etc).
For some years Udo Moll has worked on the integration of computer-based processes into electro-acoustic live-performances. He regularly collaborates with video artists, actors and dancers. Recent intensive work includes live improvisation with modular synthesizers.
Composition residencies include Villa Aurora (Los Angeles) and Villa Kamogawa (Kyoto). He has composed radiophonic soundart pieces for Deutschlandfunk Kultur.
Photo by Hajnalka Péter
Composer Won-Woo Lee graduated from the department of Composition at Kyung Hee University and is currently studying Music Technology at the Korea National University of Arts. He is focusing on using technology to derive human values and possibilities.
Photo by Hyun-Woo Lee @boiledpic
Julian Edwardes (UK/NL ‘79) is a trained visual artist with a background in Fine Art; he studied at AKV St Joost in Breda and at the Sandberg Institute Amsterdam.
Gyuchul Moon is a Sound/Audiovisual artist with academic studies in Electronics engineering.
He explores fields of generative, algorithmic composition. He has developed an extensive audiovisual system to expand the aesthetic possibilities of sound. Currently, he extends research to fields of theatre and movement. He also continues to discover potential generative possibilities through artificial intelligence.
He pushes hard boundaries of contemporary generative art with a clear vision of values and phenomena. His Sound / Audiovisual works have been performed at various festivals, SXSW, WeSA, and exhibited in galleries, Sejong Center, Art Center Nabi.
Gyuchul Moon's residency is kindly made possible by the Arts Council Korea, ARKO.
Photo by Isang Yoon