Alex is a musician and web developer. He is a member of
. He is a pretty damn fine front-end developer and UI designer so you should get in touch if you want something awesome done on the web.
Ed Perkins is a composer and performer. His work draws on aspects of both current psychological research and historical forms of performance in the visual and sonic arts.
Joe is an academic and writer. He specialises in literary criticism, but also writes quite a bit on music.
Laura is an amazing fiddle and recorder player. She performs ancient and atmospheric new interpretations and improvisations based on fragments of medieval music from the 5th – 14th centuries, using ‘over-bowed’ fiddle, double-barrelled recorders and occasional bass drum.
Liam is a visual artist and musician, specialising in film and moving image. He is also a member of
. His work investigates hybrid processes of identifying non-linear modes of time/ event(s), drawing upon models from different disciplines to explore contemporary understandings of hybrid long durational audio-visual works within site-specific contexts.
Jason is a musician, technologist and interactive media consultant. His trans-media work focuses upon large-scale telematic interactive events realized over both low-bandwidth consumer and high-bandwidth research networks.
Kasia’s artistic output embraces musical media of every kind, as she collaborates with stage directors, choreographers, visual artists, musicians and conductors on original works for opera, dance and symphonic orchestra. Her works are distinguishable by their force of expression and colour.
Alain is a network performer and academic. His research focuses on the development of networked music performance systems with an emphasis on the creation of strategies to interact over a network musically and the notion of shared networked acoustic spaces.
Férdia is an academic and recorder-player extraordinaire. She works in the fields of music, philosophy and theology. As a performer she specialises in early music performance.
Bill is a composer, sound artist and ‘luthier electronique’ whose current research explores performance practice and the re-use of purpose built electronic musical instruments in electroacoustic music.
Jim is a musician and decent chap. He has been spending a lot of time messing around with lutes recently.
André writes and performs electronic music, using visceral ritual rhythms smeared with restless feral yearning and the distant hum of moss covered machinery to express the feelings of living on the borders of ordered civility and untamed wildness.
Rachel Holstead is an amazing composer from Corca Dhuibhne in the southwest corner of Ireland. She writes instrumental and electronic music and enjoys collaborations with artists in many different artforms.
Tom is a digital artist working mainly in the medium of sound installation. His practice and theory based output involves the creation of technology led environments for interaction.
Henry is an active composer and performer of new music whose works appear in productions of theatre, dance and concert music that focus solely on modern artistic trends. His music ranges from virtuosic instrumental writings to subtle colourful compositions orchestrating traditional instrumentations with the world of electronic sound.
Torsten is a composer and academic. He specialises in electroacoustic and instrumental composition. His theoretical research focuses on the computational modelling of composition and music theories.