Kacper Ziemianin – is an artist with a classical musical education, who has experience in various musical genres, encompassing black metal, through to broken electronic music to ambient, noise and circuit bending. Sound travels led him to the Hague, where he is currently studying Sonology at a music conservatory. He graduated in Sonic Arts at Middlesex University in London, after which he also studied at the Music Academy in Krakow under the supervision of professor Marek Chołoniewski, in Berlin (UDK) and under the tutorledge of Dr. Alberto de Campo in Amsterdam at STEIM. He has also performed in a couple of musical groups, and has taken part in several projects under various pseudonyms. Ziemianin creates audio-visual installations, sound design for movies and was the author of the, “Polish Deli” broadcasted on London-based radio Resonance FM (2010-2013), where he promoted Polish music and independent art. He has performed and exhibited in Ireland, England, Finland, Germany, the Netherlands and Poland. In 2004 he received the “Dolina Kreatywna” award for his musical piece, “Trans-formation”. Currently Ziemianin is busy building his own musical instruments and modifying already existing constructions, as well as interactive audio-visual installations.