Our team Alyssa Aska composition / electronic music Alyssa is fascinated with the architecture of music, both spatially and temporally. She composes works which explore extremes in time and space, using rigid proportions to generate forms in acoustic works and exploring the unpredictable duration and lack of control in gamified works. This is closely tied to her compositional style, which is concerned with a delicate balance between elements of functional form and elements of pure aesthetic purpose. As much structure as possible, as many ornaments as necessary (and vice versa). Alisa Kobzar sound / media art Composer, multimedia artist, video editor, teacher, graduated from Kyiv National Music Academy (Ukraine) in 2014 (department of composition, instrumentation and musical informational technologies). Since 2018 lives in Graz and studies Computer music in Graz University of Arts (with Prof. G. Eckel) and works as SMA in IEM (KUG) in the project “Inter_agency”. The main vector of her creative work is interdisciplinarity towards connecting the different art-forms into undisassemblable multimedia, where none of the arts is illustrative. Co-founder of duo rotkäppchen. Margarethe Maierhofer-Lischka music / radio art Margarethe is a musician, performer, sound artist and researcher. She studied double bass, contemporary music and musicology in Dresden, Rostock and Graz, and holds a PhD in Music Aesthetics from KUG Graz. She is founding member and board member of Ensemble Schallfeld, with which she is also touring worldwide. For her work she got a performer's award of the Karlheinz Stockhausen foundation, the lime_lab award for experimental radio play, an Honorary award of KUG Graz 2013, and the Theodor-Körner award 2018. Daniele Pozzi algorithmic art / sound art Daniele Pozzi is an italian sound artist and composer based in Graz, Austria. His work comprises electroacoustic music, live-electronics improvisations and sound installations, in which the role of algorithmic and generative processes is often central. Daniele received a MA in computer music from the Institute of Electronic Music and Acoustics of the University of Music and Performing Arts Graz, where he's currently pursuing his doctoral degree. His work appeared in international venues, exhibitions, conferences and festivals, among others: ICMC 2019 (New York City), BEAST FEaST (Birmingham, UK), NYC Electroacoustic Music Festival 2017, BEK (Bergen, NO), ZKM (Karlsruhe, DE), Audio Mostly (London, UK), XIX CIM (Rome, IT), KM28 (Berlin, DE), Kunsthaus Graz. Pablo Mariña sound / web Graduated from Centro de Investigación y Estudios de la Música (CIEM), student of teacher María Antonieta Lozano and part of the composition workshops given by Enrico Chapela, Víctor Rasgado and José Julio Díaz Infante. He has taken master classes and seminars with cellist Johannes Moser and with violinist Irvine Arditti. Currently he is doing his master studies at IEM in graz Austria He has composed music for several experimental animation short films, including ̈L.(VR) ̈ exhibición in Virtual VIS Vienna Shorts, Vienna, Austria, 2018. “L." selected for exhibition at Bienal UNL, Argentina 2016; Animasivo, Mexico 2016; SGAE, Spain 2016. "Celeste" at Cisneros Fontanals Art Foundation (CIFO) in Miami, Florida 2014. Also, finally "I." for the Germinal Festival in Casa del Lago 2014. His works: Zum (in collaboration with GONaD) was selected for the conference in Audio Mostly, by IEM, Graz, Austria, (2020). em_estudie_1. piano automata by the Ensemble Mécanique was premiered in Kunst Haus, Graz, Austria, (2019).”T.A.B.U.” for flute and live electronics was premiered and recorded by Alejandro Escuer at Antiguo Colegio de San Ildefonso (2016). "Dimensión" for Chamber Orchestra was part of the selection and premiered in the Festival Ciudad Sinfónica 2015. "Dogma" for string quartet and "F.M." for wind quintet, were premiered by the Quartet Arcano and the Quinteto de Alientos of Mexico City respectively, in the Manuel M. Ponce Hall of Fine Arts.