Dmitry Gelfand and Evelina Domnitch create sensory immersion environments that merge physics, chemistry and computer science with uncanny philosophical practices.
In their artwork they use a vast variety of optical, mathematical, thermodynamic and electrochemical discoveries to evoke the dynamics of living cells.
Miika Kuisma is a technology artist who's using sound, graphics and code to express himself. When DJ'ing he loves to cook big atmospheres mainly from the elements of techno and progressive trance, crafting tunes into a seamless uplifting journey.
Geometrify is magic in the epicenter of science, art and technology. Certain very specific natural geometries can produce changes in our state of experience. Geometrify attempts to trigger those changes.
Nebula Meltdown is Kristian Aro, a versatile artist and DJ from Helsinki, Finland. He has a long musical background, listening to classical music since he was very young and playing the piano for many years. He has created many different styles of music in 15 years, ranging from soaring psychedelic trance to 90's-influenced goa trance and soothing downtempo with classical and electronic instruments combined into sublime polymelodic soundscapes. During the last 5 years he has performed over 150 gigs around Europe, Russia and India. In 2013 he released his his first full-length album “Stardust Chronicles” under Suntrip Records.
Ken Mai has studied the unique Butoh style of both of its founders, Kazuo Ohno and Tatsumi Hijikata. His style of performance combines Butoh elements with a background in acting, german expressionist dance, gymnastics, martial arts, singing, zen and philosophy of Yoga Sutras. Ken Mai has been performing solo, teaching, directing and has collaborated with acclaimed dancers, actors, musicians, sculptors and visual artists all over the world.
Arkaei's passion for music and technology manifests in his endlessly-evolving overkill setup. With several IDA and BeatBattle championship titles to his name, he is now an organisational member of IDA World and a part of the team behind the renowned DJ technology news site DJWORX. He is a pioneer in "controllerism", the art and practice of using software controllers to take sound to a new level.
Imre Peemot is an award winning throat singer. He has studied in Sibelius Academy and with musicians around the world with a special focus on Tuva. Imre specializes on Tuvan throat singing (khöömei) and igil (tuvan horse headed fiddle). He has recorded two albums, The Sound of Wool Island (2005) and Breath of Wind (2015). Imre has toured around the world and provided numerous throat singing workshops.