Afroditi Psarra is a media artist working with diy electronic crafts and creative coding. Her interest on sound art was developed through her experimentation with e-textiles and the use of micro-controllers for creating 8-bit rhythms and square wave noises. Her work is based on improvisation and performance and is focused on the use of gesture and the body as an interface to control sound.
Georgios Karamanolakis is an explorer/observer of various systems and situations. The main interest of his practice consists of collecting sounds and images from hidden urban spaces and post-apocalyptic structures. The sense of memory, dystopia and mystic retro-futurism form the elements of study. He has been a city dweller since 1997 and active in In-Situ interventions with his OMIO team since 2000. He started working with sound in 2005 using field recordings, tapes, old modular synthesizers and modified machines. His live sets are based on a free improvised approach. He has organised and participated in various actions and sound events and has collaborated with artists such as Hiroshi Hasegawa (Astro), PS_Stamps back, Roman Pavlov, Dimitris Papadatos (KU, Virilio), Monotonic, Giannis Kotsonis, Manos Plitsis, Giorgos Aksiotis, Savvas Metaxas, Christos Chondropouos, Michalis Adamis.