Stephanie Loveless works with sound, video, film and voice, and is currently completing her Deep Listening certification with Pauline Oliveros.

David Helbich studied composition (and philosophy), wrote ‘real’ contemporary music pieces, but right after his studies got involved much more in performance art and other arts in the wide field of whatever-media-serves-the-project projects.

Linda O’Keefe’s work is predominantly sound-based, with a focus on installation and performance.  She is currently working on an album with Tony Doyle, using the notion of graphic scoring for artists as well as musicians for record label FARPOINTRECORDINGS.

Margaret Anne Schedel is a composer and cellist specializing in the creation and performance of ferociously interactive media whose works have been performed throughout the United States and abroad. As an Assistant Professor of Music at Stony Brook University, she serves as Co-Director of Computer Music and is a core faculty member of cDACT, the consortium for digital art, culture and technology.

Fionnuala Conway is a musician/composer and multimedia artist. With a background in music and music technology, she has has worked as composer and performer on a number of theatre productions and produced work in a wide variety of forms, from traditional materials to interactive digital media, wearable technology, installations and theatre presentation, including Art of Decision and Urban Chameleon.

Andrew Smith is a musician and critic, and a graduate student at New School for Social Research.

Venus Soberanes is a visual artist and Expressive Arts therapist who likes to listen to the sounds all around her, being particularly interested on the sounds inside her dreams.

Sharon Renee Stewart‘s statement: I continually return to myself and others through full-body listening. I have written poetry from a young age, teach many piano lessons, improvise with a group of dancers/sounders in Arnhem, the Netherlands, where I live. I record myself and compose. I enjoy the exquisite beauty of the earth in all her manifestations. My desire is to align with my core.,,

Evan Cordes was weaned on books, jazz records, early personal computers, and the fresh air and water of Michigan.

Chris Galanis likes to explore spaces and the sounds they contain, both in the present, the past, and in the future as forms of abstract memorials.

Marcello Lussana aka “Erased Bodies” works with sounds, looking for experiments in order to link our mind/body with music: from techno to ambient, audio installations or interactive performances. He’s a student at “Sound Studies” a master at UDK, University of Arts of Berlin. He founded and collaborates with the netlabel Fantomton.

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