Antwerp-based producer, musician and sound artist Inne Eysermans creates musical performances and spatial compositions, often in combination with text and/or (moving) image. She has produced music and sound for film, theatre and radio/podcast. Her works encompass synthesis, resampling techniques, field recordings, found sounds and objects. In 2017 she joined as lecturer in sound/music at The Royal Conservatoire of Antwerp. Some concert halls, art houses, musea, festivals where performed: Bozar Electronic Arts Festival (BE), Paradiso (NL), Best Kept Secret (NL), Bataclan (FR), Volksbühne (DE), Kantine Am Berghain (DE), Waves Vienna (AT), The Great Escape (UK), The National Gallery (UK), Night And Day Café (UK), Brixton Windmill (UK), Pianos (USA), Knitting Factory (USA), JAM Café (TH), Sound Of The Xity Beijing (CN), among others.
For her live shows, Inne works mainly with Max/MSP & Mira. She is interested in amplifying, transforming and interpreting physical and virtual spaces which embeds instructed and spontaneous actions. She explores pre-recorded data and time in semi-structured, interactive environments created in Max/MSP, Mira and through web coding.
Liew Niyomkarn is Antwerpen based artist who works with sound, found objects and essay. Liew’s work is known for its ecstatic and unpredictable event. Often expresses a sensory of flexibility and impermanence behavior through live performance. She often uses essay, found-objects, and sculpture in her performance. Her works range from music composition, drawing, storytelling, and real-time performance. Liew has performed in many various places such as High Zero festival (Baltimore), BetaLevel (Los Angeles), Studio Loos (Den Haag), WORM (Rotterdam), Het Bos (Belgium), DAAD (Berlin), The Wulf (Los Angeles) and among other places.