Christina Kubisch belongs to the first generation of sound artists. Trained as a composer, she has artistically developed such techniques as magnetic induction to realize her installations. Since 1986 she has added light as an artistic element to her work with sound. Her work displays an artistic development which is often described as the "synthesis of arts" - the discovery of acoustic space and the dimension of time in the visual arts on the one hand, and a redefinition of relationships between material and form on the other. Christina Kubisch was born in Bremen. She studied music, painting and electronics. Performances and concerts until 1980, subsequently sound installations, sound sculptures and work with ultraviolet light. Numerous grants and awards, such as Award of the German Industrial Association (BDI), composition grant of the city of Berlin, Carl Djerassi Honorary Fellowship, IASPIS Stockholm. Since 1974 solo exhibitions in Europe, USA, Australia, Japan and South America. Participation in international festivals and group exhibitions such as : Pro Musica Nova, Bremen 1976 /1980, Für Augen und Ohren, Berlin 1980, Biennale of Venice, 1980 / 1982, Gaudeamus Music Festival 1984, documenta 8, Kassel 1987, Ars Electronica, Linz 1987, Steirischer Herbst, Graz 1987, Biennale of Sydney 1990, Donaueschinger Musiktage, 1993 /1997, Prison Sentences, Philadelphia 1995, Sonambiente, Berlin 1996, in medias res, Istanbul 1997, festival d'art sonor, Barcelona 1999, Sonic Boom, London 2000, Visual Sound, Pittsburgh 2001, Singuhr-Hörgalerie, berlin 2002. Christina Kubisch is a professor of sculpture and audio/visual arts at the Academy of Fine Arts, Saarbrücken, since 1994 and a member of the Akademie der Künste Berlin since 1987.She lives in Berlin. Christina Kubisch belongs to the first generation of sound artists. Trained as a composer, she has artistically developed such techniques as the magnetic induction to realize her sound installations. Since 1986 the artist has added light as an artistic element to her work with sound. Christina Kubisch's work displays an artistic development which is often described as the "synthesis of arts" - the discovery of acoustic space and the dimension of time in the visual arts on the one hand, and a new relationship between material and form in music on the other.
One of the founders of TRAX label along with Vittore Baroni and Massimo Giacon, graphic artist Piermario Ciani (1951-2006) was also the mind behind "virtual" rock band Mind Invaders, and, from 1994, one of the founders of the Luther Blissett multiple name project, officially ended in 1999. In 1996 he also cofounded with Vittore Baroni the publishing firm AAA Edizioni. Founder member of LT. Murnau and the multidisciplinary project TRAX.
Claudio Parodi has a classical training as a pianist. Since more then ten years he plays also self-built or self-modified electronics, and more recently some non-western reeds. Many collaborations with many musicians, dancers, poets, actors, painters and video-makers.
Born in Bozen ( Italy ) in 1976. After experiencing the straight-edge hardcore scene, he began exploring the many realms of noise. He played his "destructive" djing within the group/label/collective Sonic Belligeranza. Rocchetti is now working on the composition of cinematic musical landscapes with the aid of old rare records, dusty analogue instruments as source material (old radios, customized turntables, grammophones...). From 2002 is founding member of: 3/4 Had been Eliminated.
Clausthome is a group of musicians and artists based in Riga who aims to analyse several new directions of the music subculture, while experimenting and participating in the field. Clausthome is mainly working with 'electronic space-dark ambient' and 'techno-noize' or 'drum&noize' that is based on 'tribal' style synthesis. They use radio (ether) structure, data gathered by radio telescopes and archives of universe research data servers. This information, processed through sound alteration programs is used as the starting point of and base for future materials, when in live performances through mixing and synthesizing they create sound environment. The name 'Clausthome' describes as an open experimentation phase, where these authentic audio samples are used without specific processing, and without making any references to the source they come from. It is a process of translation and transformation that leads towards awareness of that potential environment, which can be created using the gathered material. 'Claustrum' is the label, which refers to this final stage - when the musicians have formulated the material and created their original music. It is a sort of synthesis of this longer period of processing, when the musicians have formed and created all samples by themselves.
Hiroshi Hashimoto is active since 1987, Japan 's Contagious Orgasm has been active in many intersecting and diverse areas of experimental electronic music, including noise, industrial, rhythmic noise, and ambient.
Marchözelös - All instrumentation, human bones, Spells of Mist, Chants of the Serpent. Vinum - Death Rituals, Acausal Vibrations of Sanctity, Witchcraft. Aanonin - Succubus vocals, Flesh of Hecate. Gräuen Pestanz is an expression of isolation of the highest order. The Night of the Witch in the eerie light of the mid noon sun is the ultimate envisioning of the sigils invoked within each Hymn. To penetrate into the Womb of the earth and grasp the meaning of our unholy brood, this is our manifesto. The reworking of human nature into the alchemical transformation possible - the final end. Gräuen Pestanz - Marchözelös (aka Priest Marchözelös is member of "Black Funeral" the band founded by Michael W. Ford) - All instrumentation, human bones, Spells of Mist, Chants of the Serpent. Vinum - Death Rituals, Acausal Vibrations of Sanctity, Witchcraft. Aanonin - Succubus vocals, Flesh of Hecate. Related projects: Gräuen Pestanz | Elegy of Madeline | Death Posture Ritualis | Corpus Principium