Kirstin Gramlich: organ Stelios Manousakis: coding live electronics Stephanie Pan: voice  shime daiko sub-bass pumpkin sampler Computer Aided Breathing reunites after a long hiatus with a new 60-minute performance taking on Japanese director Teinosuke Kinugasa's experimental silent film from 1926

Analog electronics and magnetic tapes from the sonic heart of Den Haag: BEA5 Sonology's voltage-controlled studio. Interconnected feedback networks spur reflexive growth and morphogeneses through layered live performance.

Loop-Copy-Mutate: Music from People and Places is a new project by the Genetic Choir which will yield a year-long series of concerts. Led by singer and artistic director Thomas Johannsen the Genetic Choir will direct our ears towards something

Music for browsing is an interactive generative soundscape; it is subversive 'furniture music' for Internet servers; it is a roadtrip soundtrack for the web traveller. The piece is powered by the energy of browsing - of doing useful things and

Why is why of no stranger is a first-person sound-film without image; It is meant to be experienced as an immersive spatially distributed acousmatic environment with no beginning and end. The piece is concerned with embodiment mediated memory and hyperreality.

Center no Distractor's debut EP Nothing aiming is a splinter was recorded live partially in front of a live audience  in December 2012. The EP was released in 2013 by inklino records. You can listen and order it through bandcamp.

Involuntary Cognition Faction is a fixed medium work part of a larger suite created in the legendary voltage-controlled studio of the Institute of Sonology (Bea5). The piece was awarded at the International composition competition Città di Udine 2014.

Selva de Mar is a Barcelona based duo consisting of Israeli cellist Sasha Agranov and Argentine hang/percussionist Pablo Wayne. For their fourth album 'Distrails' they invited a number of star players to record and perform live as an eight-piece orchestra.

The Network Is a Blind Space is a distributed micro-telematic interactive sound installation that explores the physical yet invisible electromagnetic spaces created by WiFi networks.

Reformation is a feature length film by Jeanette Groenendaal with music & sound design by Stelios Manousakis & Stephanie Pan. Premiered at IDFA 2011

Megas Diakosmos is a digital feedback piece part of the suite 'Primeval Sonic Atoms'. The piece takes its name from a lost cosmological treatise written by Leukippos an ancient Greek natural philosopher of the 5th century BCE.

For digital feedback (live electronics) - L'Hypothèse de l'Atome Primitif Sonore (‘The Primeval Sonic Atom Hypothesis’) is named after a cosmological theory 'L'Hypothèse de l'Atome Primitif' presented in 1931 by Georges Henri Joseph Édouard Lemaître a Belgian physicist astronomer

a micro-telematic sound-art installation - Observe Recount Distort! is a site-specific piece that explores the observer effect and the iterative distortion of information through its collective social re-statement. The piece is as a metaphor for the distortion of information/fact/event

Fantasia On A Single Number (pronounced: /fantazía/) is an open composition that takes its final form through live performance. ‘Fantasia’ was the most open to improvisation classical music form. Described by Renaissance composer Luis de Milán in the 16th

Keledón is an interactive kinetic sculpture from vacuum-formed polyethylene CNC-cut acrylic plexiglas and wood with generative audio video and light projected from within its body. It is an automaton conceived and modeled algorithmically as a living creature its visual form

short film by Apryl Richards with music & sound design by Stelios Manousakis & Josh Parmenter - Sadie a young inner-city girl who suffers from parental neglect and isolation retreats into her imagination for peace community and a new

for voice zither wine glasses loopstation and live electronics - Facts To Suit Theories is a 5-part open composition exploring the continuum between composition and improvisation. The overall structure of the piece and of each part is pre-defined but

Navigation is a 6-part open composition for four pipe organs celesta harmonium voice wine-glass loopstation and live electronics written for the Computer Aided Breathing trio. It is a site-specific piece created in and for the Orgelpark in Amsterdam.

SelectInput is a collaborative project of Pandelis Diamantides Stelios Manousakis and Thanos Polymeneas Liontiris that commenced in 2007. It is based on live-sampling improvisation and interaction - between the players and between the sounds of their instruments.

Debut CD release from experimental improvisation trio Computer Aided Breathing (Stephanie Pan/Kirstin Gramlich/Stelios Manousakis) on SevenInchRecordings [SIRcd002]. The album was recorded and compiled in DeFlat Studios by Stelios Manousakis from improvised materials. Kirstin Gramlich: Emu B3 Hammond Stelios Manousakis:

Breakcore Tapdance Collective (2006-2007): Tommy FFF: Computer Stelios Manousakis: Live electronics Programming Marieke van der Ven: Tapdance

Computer Aided Breathing is a trio for voice organs and live electronics formed in 2006 devoted to the many different shades of live improvisation from totally free to compositionally guided.

An electroacoustic tape piece whose sound material consists of transformations of harpsichord recordings performed by the composer. This material is processed using a complex hierarchical network of Lindenmayer Systems and Genetic Algorithms - an algorithmic model of organic growth.

for L-system Digital Sound Synthesis - "The development of an organism may [...] be considered as the execution of a 'developmental program' present in the fertilised egg." (Lindenmayer A. – Rosenberg G.: ‘Automata Languages Development’ 1975) The fundamental concept behind

Setting of two poems l(a" and "NOISE" by Edward Estlin Cummings (1894-1962) American poet painter essayist and playwright known for his unconventional use of language and writing. Written for Stephanie Pan.